|SCCPSS investigating teacher-student altercation at Rice Creek school||SAVANNAH, Ga. (OS) â Several viral videos have surfaced recently ofÂ students getting into violent altercations with teachersÂ and resource officers. And now,Â it has happened in a Chatham County school. Savannah-Chatham Public Schools sayÂ campus police and school officials are investigating an incident involving a student and a teacher at the Rice Creek School in Port Wentworth Wednesday […]|
|School boardâs sweetheart deal with outside trash company costs taxpayers $4 million||SAVANNAH, Ga. âÂ Earlier this year, the superintendent of Savannah-Chatham County Public School System along with theÂ elected school board asked for and received a property tax increase adding millions of dollars to the operations of a system that can really use the help.Â Â So, as the tax payer who allows that board to have and to spend, […]|
|Bond set for Chatham County jail officer arrested in drug-smuggling scheme||SAVANNAH, Ga. (OS) âÂ Bond was set Wednesday at $4,950 for Deputy Corrections Officer Naji Cooley on a charge he used a communication device to facilitate a criminal act at the Chatham County jail where he was employed.Chatham County Recorderâs Court Judge Harris Odell Jr. scheduled a Dec. 16 preliminary hearing for Cooley, 21.The Chatham County […]|
|Stella rossa sull'Europa||"Buongiorno, Anne. Buon anno".|
"Buongiorno, Valentin. Buon anno anche a te. NovitÃ ?"
"SÃ¬. Un nuovo arrivo. Sabato notte. Hai il colloquio giÃ fissato per le undici. Trovi tutti i dettagli in agenda".
Anne Dupont, psicologa del Centro di Prima Accoglienza di Calais, entrÃ² nel suo ufficio, accese il terminale e consultÃ² la sua agenda elettronica.
LunedÃ¬ 5 gennaio 2011, ore 11,00. Colloquio con Monsieur Philip Brasser. Cittadino britannico. EtÃ 38. Celibe. Operazione di salvataggio in mare, Canale della Manica, acque internazionali, 3 gennaio u.s. Condizioni fisiche buone. Non parla francese. Attribuzione provvisoria: codice blu.
Bene, pensÃ² Anne. Un rifugiato politico. Iniziare l'anno nuovo con un codice blu era di buon auspicio. Il colloquio era di lÃ¬ a due ore. Non c'erano altri impegni per la giornata. CompletÃ² con calma alcuni referti clinici iniziati la settimana precedente, fece una partita a Tetris, chattÃ² con alcuni amici in Internet. Quando fu il momento, si aggiustÃ² il make-up e si recÃ² in sala colloqui.
Era una stanza non troppo ampia, arredata come un normale studio specialistico ma con qualche accorgimento per mettere gli ospiti a proprio agio: colori pastello, luci soffuse, lettino basso, comoda poltrona. Su quest'ultima, di fronte alla scrivania della dottoressa, era giÃ seduto il signor Brasser.
"Good morning, Mr. Brasser. Prima di tutto, come sta?"
La domanda non era solo formale. L'uomo appariva molto provato. I tanti capelli bianchi, la pelle del viso magro solcata da numerose rughe, le profonde occhiaie dietro le lenti spesse, lo facevano sembrare piÃ¹ vecchio di dieci anni rispetto alla sua etÃ anagrafica. Al posto degli abiti che indossava al momento del suo salvataggio, fradici e inservibili, gli avevano fornito un nuovo completo, che era tuttavia di due numeri piÃ¹ largo e accentuava la gracilitÃ del suo fisico. Gli tremavano le mani.
Quegli scafisti maledetti, pensÃ² Anne.
"Adesso sto meglio, grazie. Certo, suppongo che la notte passata all'addiaccio su quel canotto non abbia migliorato granchÃ© la mia cera. Ma ho fatto una buona dormita, qui da voi, e la vostra cucina Ã¨ ottima". La sua voce era ferma, con una sfumatura d'ironia. "Solamente, non sono riuscito a procurarmi neppure una sigaretta, dottoressa..."
"Dupont. Ma puÃ² chiamarmi Anne. Temo che non ne troverÃ neppure in futuro. Nell'Unione non se ne producono piÃ¹. Fino a qualche tempo fa, le importavamo dal suo paese".
"Oh, giÃ , ora ricordo. Le esportazioni cessarono sei anni fa. Troppo pochi fumatori, qui da voi. Non c'era abbastanza profitto. Lo so perchÃ© all'epoca lavoravo in un'agenzia di rating".
"Lei Ã¨ analista finanziario?"
Il signor Brasser rise. "No. Laureato in agraria. Da Troody's ero operatore al call center. Ogni grande compagnia ha il suo. E' la mansione che ho sempre svolto, durante tutta la mia carriera. Ho lavorato per almeno trenta societÃ diverse, ogni volta per non piÃ¹ di sei mesi. Si imparano tante cose, sa?"
"Non ho dubbi. Ma veniamo al punto. Lei ha chiesto lo status di rifugiato politico. Data la sua provenienza, certamente la sua richiesta sarÃ accettata. Lei diventerÃ fra breve, a tutti gli effetti, cittadino dell'Unione delle Repubbliche Socialiste d'Europa. GiÃ adesso, comunque, lei Ã¨ libero di circolare in tutto il territorio dell'Unione, ed eventualmente anche di tornare da dove Ã¨ venuto..."
"No grazie! Non ci tengo affatto".
"Dicevo per dire. In genere, qui da noi i rifugiati si integrano abbastanza in fretta. Tuttavia, non si puÃ² escludere che, all'inizio, lei si trovi un po' spaesato. Il nostro sistema sociale Ã¨ molto diverso da quello da cui lei proviene. A sua richiesta, lei puÃ² fruire di adeguata assistenza psicologica e culturale, per superare eventuali difficoltÃ di adattamento. In questa fase iniziale, se vuole, mi consideri pure come suo referente".
"Oh. E quanto dura questa... fase iniziale?"
"PuÃ² finire anche subito, se crede. L'unico suo obbligo, se intende rimanere nell'Unione, Ã¨ di iscriversi nelle liste di collocamento e nelle graduatorie per gli alloggi. Non credo che le sarÃ difficile trovare un lavoro e una casa. Se lei non ha esigenze particolari, penso che troverÃ una sistemazione accettabile nel giro di un paio di settimane. Fino ad allora, comunque, puÃ² rimanere qui, o spostarsi in una delle altre strutture di prima accoglienza nel territorio dell'Unione".
"Sembra magnifico. Dov'Ã¨ la fregatura?"
"Ecco. Era proprio ciÃ² che intendevo. Non c'Ã¨ nessuna fregatura, per quanto lei sia abituato a pensare che debba per forza esserci. Non pretendo che lei mi creda. Presto se ne accorgerÃ da sÃ©".
Non c'erano straordinari da fare, quel giorno. Alle tredici, Anne spense il computer, salutÃ² i colleghi che arrivavano per il turno pomeridiano e, senza passare dalla mensa, prese l'elio-tram che, serpeggiando silenziosamente lungo la costa, la portÃ² a casa sua in dieci minuti. Era una magnifica giornata di sole. Il mare era inusualmente calmo, in quei giorni. Una fortuna, per Brasser. Aveva evitato il triste destino di tanti boat-people che partivano clandestinamente dalla riva inglese ma non riuscivano a raggiungere i nostri mezzi di soccorso nelle acque internazionali.
Anne abitava da sola. Si preparÃ² un leggero pranzo macrobiotico, poi un caffÃ© d'orzo. Accese la radio; la spense. Si guardÃ² nello specchio del soggiorno. Sorrise. Tutto sommato, si piaceva. Si chiese come sarebbe stato il suo sembiante, alla sua etÃ , se anzichÃ© in Europa continentale fosse vissuta in quell'inferno che doveva essere Londra. I profughi le avevano raccontato storie orribili. Inquinamento, degrado. Se andava bene, orari lavorativi di dieci o dodici ore. Altrimenti, la disoccupazione, l'emarginazione e la pazzia. Oppure, per una ristretta minoranza, la ricchezza e il potere, ma a costo di rinunciare a qualsiasi barlume d'umanitÃ . Un'altra forma di follia, in fondo.
MercoledÃ¬ 7 gennaio, ore 10,00. Secondo colloquio con Monsieur Brasser.
Quella mattina l'aspetto di Mr. Brasser era molto migliorato. Anne glielo disse.
"Grazie, Dottoressa. Lei Ã¨ gentile quanto bella".
Anne Dupont ignorÃ² il complimento.
"Se ho chiesto un nuovo colloquio" continuÃ² Brasser, "non Ã¨ per ottenere assistenza psicologica".
"Davvero? E perchÃ©, allora?"
"Ho due domande da porle".
"Le risponderÃ², se posso. Ma prima, permetta che le faccia io una domanda. Cosa sa, lei, dell'Unione?"
"Poco, in realtÃ . So che dapprima ci fu la Rivoluzione d'Ottobre, in Russia, nel 1917. Poi, tra il '18 e il '20, il capitalismo fu abbattuto in Germania, in Ungheria e in Italia. In rapida successione, tutte le colonie europee in Asia e in Africa conquistarono l'indipendenza. L'India nel 1925, la Cina nel '27, e cosÃ¬ via. Poco dopo fu la volta dell'Algeria e del Marocco, e a quel punto la rivoluzione scoppiÃ² anche in Francia e in Spagna. Alla fine degli anni '30, tutta l'Europa continentale era socialista.
Frattanto, il crollo di Wall Street nel 1929 aveva gettato l'America nella crisi piÃ¹ nera. Le elezioni presidenziali del 1940 furono vinte da Charles Lindbergh, un fanatico antisemita che instaurÃ² negli U.S.A. una dittatura razzista, appoggiata dal grande capitale. Presto quel regime si circondÃ² di una serie di stati-satellite che coprivano tutta l'America del Sud e del Nord.
Negli anni '80, quelle dittature iniziarono ad implodere, dapprima in America Latina e poi in Canada. Quando nel 1989 cadde il Muro di Tijuana, finalmente il capitalismo crollÃ² negli stessi Stati Uniti. Da allora, secondo la nostra propaganda, il Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna Ã¨ rimasto l'ultimo baluardo del libero mercato e della civiltÃ , contro la barbarie socialista che ha travolto tutto il resto del globo. Questo Ã¨ quanto".
"Bene - disse la dottoressa - a parte la faccenda del baluardo, il quadro storico Ã¨ corretto. Non le sarÃ stato facile ricostruirlo..."
"No, infatti. Da noi, formalmente, la cultura Ã¨ libera, e ognuno puÃ² leggere ciÃ² che vuole. Si possono prendere in prestito, nelle poche biblioteche rimaste, anche testi di Marx o di Lenin, e persino di Fabio Volo. Non Ã¨ vietato. Di fatto, perÃ², ci sono materie che non conviene approfondire troppo. Se si viene a sapere che lei fa certe letture e che ha determinate idee (e si viene a sapere sempre), non speri di trovare lavoro tanto facilmente. Io me la sono cavata con i call center, solo perchÃ© le mie origini non sono troppo umili. Quando avevo vent'anni, i miei riuscirono persino a mandarmi all'universitÃ . Certo, oggi non potrei piÃ¹ frequentarla. Da allora le rette sono decuplicate."
"Ah, lei ha letto Fabio Volo? Complimenti. Da noi, molti lo considerano un autore troppo difficile".
"SÃ¬, Ã¨ molto rigoroso e denso, ma se si ha tempo da dedicargli, Ã¨ un pensatore affascinante. Le consiglio la Critica del tempo unidimensionale, se non l'ha ancora letta. A me ha aperto la mente. In realtÃ , uno dei motivi per cui mi sono deciso ad espatriare Ã¨ che anche studiare per conto proprio da noi Ã¨ diventato impossibile. Troppo costoso, da quando il dizionario Ã¨ stato privatizzato".
"SÃ¬. Tutti i sostantivi che iniziano per vocale appartengono alla Mircosoft. Quelli che iniziano per consonante sono del gruppo Murdogh. Gli avverbi sono di Merdaset, e cosÃ¬ via. Per leggere o per usare comunque le parole bisogna pagare il noleggio ai legittimi proprietari. Quando lei scrive una e-mail, oppure quando chatta o quando telefona, un sistema di contatori automatici calcola la cifra e l'addebita sul suo conto. Ottimo sistema, fra l'altro, per controllare i contenuti della comunicazione. Io, per esempio, ho fatto quindici giorni di carcere per uso illecito di marchio registrato, la volta che in una mia mail ho scritto che la Cocca Colla mi faceva schifo".
"Senta, Mr. Brasser. Quali sono i suoi progetti? Cosa intende fare, ora che Ã¨ venuto qui da noi?"
"Primo, togliermi una curiositÃ che mi ha tormentato a lungo. Ed Ã¨ la prima delle due domande che volevo farle, si ricorda?"
La dottoressa Dupont sbuffÃ². "Va bene. Spari".
"La domanda Ã¨: perchÃ© non ci avete invaso? Come avete potuto lasciarci a mollo in quella fogna?"
Anne si appoggiÃ² sullo schienale della sedia. "Beh, alcuni partiti in seno all'Internazionale erano per dichiarare guerra. Ma infine prevalse l'idea che il socialismo non puÃ² essere imposto con i carri armati. Se ci avessero attaccato, ci saremmo difesi. Per fortuna non accadde. Oggi, poi, molti sostengono che una pluralitÃ di sistemi sociali diversi non Ã¨ necessariamente un male. In India, in Giappone e in Sud America, dove la transizione al comunismo Ã¨ molto avanzata, stanno giÃ smantellando le strutture dello Stato, per sostituirle con vari tipi di organizzazione non statuale. In Europa e in Africa ci troviamo ancora nella fase socialista, in vari stadi di sviluppo a seconda dei territori. Forse Ã¨ bene che ci siano delle zone dove ancora vige il capitalismo."
"SarÃ un bene per voi, che ci osservate dall'esterno come se fossimo allo zoo! Ma per noi che siamo in gabbia Ã¨ un altro discorso".
"Lei ora non Ã¨ piÃ¹ in gabbia. Comunque, mi sembra che il suo atteggiamento nei confronti del suo paese d'origine sia un po' troppo negativo, non crede?"
"Mi dica lei cosa ci vede di bello, in quel letamaio", ribattÃ© Brasser.
"Beh, che so... Avete una scena musicale molto vivace. Un sacco di gruppi pop, rock, punk, post-punk... Wim Wenders ci ha fatto anche un film. Poi, comunque, il vostro sistema ha ancora una base di consenso popolare".
"Si riferisce a West End London Social Club, vero? Quel film mi dÃ la nausea! Le televisioni del regime lo replicano senza tregua. L'unico film d'autore trasmesso in prima serata, e senza interruzioni pubblicitarie."
"Ecco, ad esempio - lo interruppe la dottoressa - PerchÃ© lei parla di televisioni di regime? Da voi ci sono sei o sette canali, se non sbaglio, tutti privati e in concorrenza fra loro..."
"... e trasmettono tutti le stesse schifezze. Non si distinguono l'uno dall'altro. Anne, lei non ha capito: da noi l'economia Ã¨ allo sfascio, la societÃ Ã¨ in piena decadenza, la cultura Ã¨ morta e sepolta. L'unica attivitÃ che va a gonfie vele Ã¨ la manipolazione del consenso per mezzo dei mass-media. Quella Ã¨ l'unica industria che non conosce crisi!"
"Non volevo farla arrabbiare. Si calmi. Lei ora Ã¨ al sicuro. AndrÃ tutto bene. Respiri profondamente, e mi faccia la seconda domanda che voleva pormi".
"Mi scusi. La domanda Ã¨ questa. Lei Ã¨ libera stasera? Ho letto sul giornale che in un cinema d'essai a Dunkerque proiettano L'Atalante di Jean Vigo. E' una vita che desidero vedere quel film, e mi chiedevo se... lei volesse venire con me a vederlo, ecco."
Pubblicato su Evulon in due puntate: la prima il 7 gennaio 2011 qui, e la seconda il 12 gennaio 2011, qui.
I was hoping to have written this post last week, so that you might have more time to help out, but life got in the way! This is a VERY important post, especially to those of you who rely on Medicare to secure AAC devices. Specifically this is related to patients with ALS, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Rett Syndrome,spinal cord injuries, spinal muscular atrophy and other impairments and their ability to retain and receive Speech Generation Devices (SGD).
As of September 1, Medicare will be changing the rules and will not allow patients to receive this devices to "unlock" them. Thereby, denying individuals the ability to communicate with their families and other individuals via email, text, video chat, etc... Even though the unlock fee is not paid by Medicare, they will no longer allow individuals to purchase devices that this could be done on.
Medicare has also been denying Eye Gaze devices for those individuals whose only means of access if via an eye gaze system. Many of these cases have 2 medical professionals certifying the need for an eye gaze system and it is still denied. The backlog of appeals is years long and many patients are being denied the ability to communicate.
Please take a moment and go to this website - Center for Medical Advocacy, fill in your zip code, and the short form that follows to contact your representatives and urge them to sign a petition to stop these rule changes! It takes just 2-3 minutes. You only have until August 27, so please do it right away!
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|LATAR BELAKANG DAN SEJARAH JARINGAN KOMPUTER|
Sejarah jaringan komputer global ( dunia ), dimulaipada tahun 1969, ketika Departemen Pertahan Amerika, membentuk Defense Advance Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ) yang bertujuan mengadakan riset mengenai âcara menghubungkan sejumlah komputer sehingga membentuk jaringan organikâ.
Program riset ini kemudian dikenal dengan nama ARPANET ( Advance Research projects Agency Network ). pada tahun 1970, lebih dari 10 komputer telah berhasil dihubungkan ( satu dengan yang lain ), saling berkomunikasi, dan membentuk sebuah jaringan. pada atahun 1972, Roy Tomlinson berhasil menyempurnakan program e-mail yang ia ciptakan setahun yang lalu untuk riset ARPANET.
Program e-mail tersebut begitu mudah dan lansung populer saat itu. pada tahun yang sama, icon [@] diperkenalkan sebagai lambang yang menunjukkan âatâ atau âpadaâ. Tahun 1973, jaringan komputer yang diberi nama ARPANET mulai dikembangkan meluas sampai luar Amerika Serikat. komputer di University College di London merupakan komputer diluar Amerika yang menjadi anggota jaringan ARPANET. pada tahu yang sama pula, dua orang ahli komputer Vinton Cerf dan Bob Khan mempresentasikan sebuah gagasan yang lebih besar yang menjadi cikal bakal pemikiran International Network. ide ini dipresentasikan untuk pertama kalinya di Sussex University.
Untuk menyeragamkan alamat jaringan komputer yang sudah ada, pada tahun 1984 diperkenalkan system dengan nama DOMAIN yang lebih dikenal dengan Domain Name System ( DNS ). dengan system DNS, komputer yang tersambung dengan jaringan melebihi 1.000 komputer. pada tahun 1987 diperkirakan komputer yang tersambung ke jaringan tersebut melonjak 10 kali lipat menjadi 10.000 komputer lebih.
Tahun 1992, komputer yang saling tersambung membentuk jaringan sudah melampaui lebih dari stau juta komputer. pada tahun yang sama muncul satu istilah yang beken, yaitu Surfing ( Menjelajah ). tahun 1994, situs-situs Dunia mulai tumbuh dengan subur ( setidaknya, saat itu terdapat 3.000 alamat halaman ) dan bentuk pertama kalinya Virtual Shopping atau e-retail muncul diberbagai situs. Dunia langsung berubah dengan diluncurkannya perusahaan Search Engine Pertama, yaitu Yahoo!. yang dibangun oleh David Filo dan Jerry yang pada bulan April 1994. Netscape Navigator 1.0. diluncurkan dipenghujung tahun 1994.
|The story of some bugfixes|
This is the story of how bugfixes can happen. For each bug there is a bug reporter. It doesn't really matter if it is another developer or a non-developer user, as in the end it is just a user. Or does it? Let's see.
The first bug I fixed not so long ago was a line on the chat asking "what's ctrl+shift+l supposed to do in kmail?" from Albert (tsdgeos). Sounded like user support, but turned out that the reason he asked me was that pressing this combination crashed KMail. Of course, I tried and could reproduce it. It was related to Favorite Folders and as nor the reporter, nor I had such folders configured, it was rather straightforward where the problem is. Half an hour ago the bugfix was committed, everybody is happy.
The second was more complicated. There was a long standing report from our KDE expert David Faure that resulted in losing the mail content on move. It wasn't the first time I looked at the code to find the problem, without success. We couldn't even reproduce the bug. Then suddenly a message came on IRC: he could reproduce it again and found a pattern how it happens: it happens if the source mail account (resource) is in offline mode, meaning KMail *might* not have access to the whole mails, only to the cached parts (the mail header). Having this information finding the bug was relatively easy and next day David has the patch. But he wasn't happy: now he got an ugly message box with an error that doesn't mean too much, an error that doesn't tell what is the problem and what could be the solution. So I looked up how this could be fixed. The solution wasn't straightforward, involved changing several pim related components, including adding a new DBUS method that is used to communicated between different Akonadi part, but in the end I had it...only to realize that although I get a nice error now when copying mails, I can't read my mails. Because it gives a DBUS related error. I've added a method returning a string, but from the error it said that it was expecting a string, but got a boolean. Confusing.
The last one was the same day at evening: a complaint that KMail cannot move/delete folders from an IMAP inbox. Weird bug, as most of us use IMAP, so this should have been noticed before. I asked for details, I asked for different logs, to try different scenarios. The reporter followed everything I told promptly, and the surroundings of the bug started to take shape. He had an IMAP server without support for ACL (access rights). In that case we should assume everything is fully accessible. And so was everything for him, but the top-level inbox. Having that information, by reading the code I found the faulty line - a line that was weird, and unneeded. The line was introduced because of a bugfix, so I looked up the bug only to find users complained it is still not fixed. No wonder, as the fix was not doing anything about the original problem, but unfortunately created other problems. I have to admit that the API involved is easy to be used in a wrong way, but hard to fix now. For those interested (and to avoid such API), here is the problem:
And the problematic commit looked like this:
You see, by default, a Collection object doesn't have any rights set. If Collection::rights() is called it will return AllRights. What happens after the above setRights() call? The Collection will have now right attributes (CanCreateCollection), so a further Collection::rights() returns that attribute. But *only* that one. Certainly not the behavior one would expect. We can debate that the plural form (setRightS) suggests that, but I still find bad API.
From the three reporters two were KDE developers. One not having too much knowledge about the PIM part, the other having some knowledge, as he is the one running in the most weird PIM Issues, and we just tell to him to fix his own bugs, while the third was somebody who I never met before, so I assume he is a regular user.
What helped in all cases was communication: giving valuable information (like how to reproduce, what is your configuration, etc) and carefully following the instructions the developer makes. Especially if the developer cannot reproduce it, the only real chance to fix it is that the user acts as the eyes and hands of the developer. If I tell to my hand to type "foo", but it types "bar", nothing good will result in it, as I'd expecet that "foo" was typed and act further accordingly.
You should not draw a wrong conclusion from the above: that reporting on *development channels* on IRC helps and you should always come there with your bugs. IRC is great for instant communication. It is very bad though as you might not find the right person there when you report.
To answer my first question: does it matter if the reporter is a developer or a user? In certain aspect it does, I couldn't fix the bug (at least not that easy) without David. It might be slightly easier or faster to get out information from a developer. But if the communication is good, it doesn't matter too much.
|The plus one post|
Recently, let's say in the past year, I saw a growing number of email messages on the KDE lists with the following content only:
This is getting annoying for me. I get a nice notification from KMail about the messages arrived, and if I saw that it came to some folder that I'm interested in, I look at the message. And many times it contains nothing, but a +1. I can understand the urge to express support for an idea, a person, but please, think about it twice before doing so. These days it is not about abusing my / the worlds bandwidth, as we use more to share "stuff", it is about abusing the time of the readers.
Thanks for reading.
PS: Although I never lived in the US and missed the early times of internet chats, I still remember the AOL! jargon.
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|Cedar Falls Practical Backyard Tour|
Sponsored by UNI's Center for Energy & Environmental Education and Green Iowa AmeriCorps, theÂ Practical Backyard Tour highlights several backyards around Cedar Falls where practical and effective methods have been utilized.Â From composting to solar and rain barrels to gardening, the tour features backyards that work!
Beginning at 2 p.m., participants are welcome to arrive at any of theÂ backyards listed below where tickets will be available (one ticket gainsÂ participant access to all five backyards). After 5 p.m., participants are encouraged to visit Beck's on The Hill afterwards for dinner, a prize drawing, and open discussion on practical uses for backyards.
Tickets ($5, does not include dinner) will be available the day of the event at each of the backyards. Proceeds from the event will support Green Iowa AmeriCorps work in the Cedar Valley. Please direct any questions to Green Iowa AmeriCorps. We hope to see you there!
The five backyards featured during the tour include:
1. Cedar Falls Community Garden, 600 Block Lincoln Street, Cedar Falls âTaking Back, Giving
Backâ this garden is flood-reclaimed land and features a sitting area, water collection
system, and composting [from Cup of Joe]. With 50 of the 80 available plots rented and four
organizations actively growing food to be donated to the Cedar Valley Food Bank and other
charities, this location is full of vast and diversified garden delightsÂ growing for a great cause.
2. Dave Gibson, 524 West Lone Tree Road, Cedar Falls âTwin Cedars, a GatedÂ Communityâ this
wonderful stop in North Cedar will feature fruit trees, vegetable garden, hens, passive solar
kitchen, solar electric system, and 140 recently planted trees.
3. Kamyar Enshayan, 1703 Washington Street, Cedar Falls âLawn & Orderâ featuring backyard
hens, easy-going compost, native prairie pollinator heaven, local woodÂ shed, solar hot water,
linear evaporative drying system (clothes lines), 20 years of pesticide-free lawn, vegetable
4. Jack & Carole Yates, 519 Chateau Ct, Cedar Falls âPerfectly Practicalâ both the front and back
yard features beds with native Iowa prairie plants, two vegetable gardens and an orchard with
apple, pear, Asian pear, cherry, peach and plum trees. Visitors can also see their two active solar
systems, a wood burning stove, clothes line and additions like a fire ring, patio and other places
that make it a great backyard to spend time in.
5. Ann Duncan, W 13th Street at the alley between Franklin and Tremont, âSmoke Stack Twin
Gardensâ Featuring gardening for large and small spaces, a wide variety of vegetables,
raspberries, tiered garden, strawberry pyramid, rain barrels, compost bin, clothes line.
Cedar Falls, Iowa
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|Clothing Donation Drive|
The Office of Sustainability is sponsoring a clothing donation drive. Bring your unwanted clothing and other unbroken household items to Maucker Union between Chats and Essentials. Participants will not only be doing a great service to the community but will also be entered into a drawing to win one of four Fitbits.
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|Clothing Donation Drive|
The Office of Sustainability is sponsoring a clothing donation drive. Bring your unwanted clothing and other unbroken household items to Maucker Union between Chats and Essentials. Participants will not only be doing a great service to the community but will also be entered into a drawing to win one of four Fitbits.
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The Office of Sustainability is hosting an opportunity to go green. Bring in at least five plastic bags to exchange for a reusable UNI bag.
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|3 Reasons why Chromebooks might be a good fit for your nonprofit|
When we speak with nonprofit organizations, we often hear about the challenges related to technological resources. So when it comes to investing in new technology, itâs important to consider three primary factors:
Charity:water, a non-profit organization that provides clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries, has a â100 percent model,â where every dollar donated goes directly to fund clean water projects. As a result, resources are limited. In order to cover operational costs like salaries and supplies, the organization relies on a few passionate and dedicated supporters. With this in mind, Charity:water transitioned to Chromebooks to improve the efficiency of its staffâs workflow. Now, employees can spend more time focusing on their goals and working towards their mission to nourish the world.
Want to learn more?
Chromebooks gives nonprofits unified access to the Google Apps suite, including:
As a nonprofit, you also receive discounted access to Chrome licenses, which give you management controls via the Chrome Device Management. Chrome Device Management is a unified way to manage all of your nonprofitsâ users, devices, and data. For nonprofits, the Chrome management license is discounted to only $30 dollars â in comparison to $150!
Chromebooks are our vision for providing cheaper, easier to use, and more secure laptops. Installed with Google Apps out of the box, nonprofits can maximize impact, while saving both time and resources.
To see if your nonprofit is eligible to participate, review the Google for Nonprofits eligibility guidelines. Google for Nonprofits offers organizations like yours free access to Google tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Ad Grants, YouTube for Nonprofits and more. These tools can help you reach new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and tell your nonprofitâs story. Learn more and enroll here.
To learn more about Chromebooks for nonprofits, take a look at Google for Workâs Chromebookâs website. To take advantage of the Google Nonprofit license discount, a Google partner will reach out to you once you fill out the Contact Us form.
|Broadway Unlocked shares five lessons learned from hosting a livestream benefit|
Each year, one in six people in the U.S. will be victims of violent crimes. Two years ago, we became part of the effort to change that, when we began work with Broadway Unlocked.Â
Two years ago, we metÂ Jessica RyanÂ â a woman whose mission is rooted in two seemingly unique spheres: celebrating live theatre and helping survivors of interpersonal violence. Jessica founded the Â Broadway UnlockedÂ #giveback concert, a livestream, interactive benefit concert aimed at connecting the two communities and helping raise awareness and donations for theÂ Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC). The CVTC, New York Stateâs largest and most comprehensive hospital-based victim assistance program, provides therapy and services to survivors of assault, abuse and violence. All treatments at CVTC are free.
In an effort to reach a larger audience and expand the nonprofitâs donor base, Broadway Unlocked collaborated with Google for Nonprofits to broadcast the show and spread the message globally in 2016. On February 22, Google for Nonprofits helped bringÂ Broadway to YouTubeÂ for the second year in a row with one night of song and social responsibility through the concert. To bring the show beyond NYC, Google Fiber hosted a watch party at the Fiber space with local Kansas City theatre groups and community members.Â
This was a Broadway show unlike any other. This was Broadway with a variety of star performers, including Kyle Dean Massey, Carolee Carmello, Ali Stroker, Natalie Weiss, and Collabro. This was Broadway hosted by Google Fiber. Streamed via Google Hangouts on Air. And fueled in part by fundraising through donation cards on YouTube. This was Broadway on the internet -- crowdfunded and broadcast for one night only.
How did Broadway Unlocked make their globally livestreamed and crowdfunded event a success? Weâre turning the mic towards Broadway Unlocked to hear what they learned.
5 Lessons Learned from Hosting a Livestream Benefit
If you are a U.S. nonprofit looking to add donation cards to your YouTube videos, learn more here.
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|Swing Fest at the Chattanooga Market||The big band Sweet Georgia Sound will be featured at Swing Fest on Sunday, June 3rd at the Chattanooga Market . Swing Fest began in 2002 as a celebration of big band music and dance. The Chattanooga Market is setting up a dance floor and invites everyone to come down and dance to the music of Sweet Georgia Sound while shopping for local produce and artisan wares. The Chattanooga Market is open every Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm at the First Tennessee Pavilion on Carter Street. http://archive.org/download/Swingfest2012/Swingfest2012.mp3|
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|The Punt: Friday 14 April||Dave Kelner, Derek McGovern and Thom Kirwin are with you to preview the 10 Premier League matches this weekend.
The chaps also talk about N'golo Kante being 1/8 for the PFA Player of the Year and chat about Arsenal's woes.
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|The FWA Podcast: Fri 7 April||The Executive Secretary of the FWA, Paul McCarthy, joins Dave Kelner on this edition of the FWA Podcast.
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|The FWA Podcast: Thursday 2 February||Sky Sports Sunday Supplement presenter, Neil Ashton, joins William Hill's Dave Kelner to preview the live Premier League matches this weekend.
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|Comment on Episode 202: A Chat With Jason Pitre About Spark by Jason Pitre||If people want more information on Spark, you can check out the website at www.genesisoflegend.com or at http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/115661/Spark-Roleplaying-Game|
|Un cheval dans la salle de bain, Dirck Gently, DÃ©tective Holistique tome 1, Douglas Adams|
J'ai dÃ©couvert il y a peu la sÃ©rie Dirk Gently produite par BBC America et disponible chez nous sur Netflix. C'est en voyant le "d'aprÃ¨s Douglas Adams" que j'ai fait le rapprochement avec l'auteur du Guide du Voyageur Galactique. Comme j'ai bien aimÃ© la sÃ©rie TV, et qu'un ami m'a filÃ© le premier tome de la sÃ©rie littÃ©raire, je me suis dis pourquoi pas.
Un cheval dans la salle de bain, Dirk Gently, DÃ©tective Holistique tome 1, Douglas Adams
Editeur : Folio
Collection : SF
AnnÃ©e de parution : 2003
Titre en Vo : Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
AnnÃ©e de parution en VO : 1987
Nombre de pages: 375
A lire si :
- Vous aimez le non-sens
- Vous n'avez pas peur d'Ãªtre perdu entre personnages et lieux
- Vous voulez une enquÃªte qui n'en est pas vraiment une du moins par sa forme.
A ne pas lire si :
- Vous voulez de la cohÃ©rence partout
PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur :
De Sherlock Holmes Ã Philip Marlowe, il existe une longue tradition de dÃ©tectives privÃ©s brillants, astucieux, Ã qui on ne la fait pas. Malheureusement, Dirk Gently n'en fait pas partie. Plus intÃ©ressÃ© par la tÃ©lÃ©kinÃ©sie, la physique quantique et les pizzas froides que par la chasse minutieuse aux indices, Dirk Gently emploie pour ses enquÃªtes des mÃ©thodes, disons... particuliÃ¨res, avec des rÃ©sultats, disons... inattendus. Dirk Gently est un dÃ©tective holistique. ChargÃ© - sans fiertÃ© excessive - de retrouver un chat disparu, Gently va Ãªtre confrontÃ© Ã un fantÃ´me ahuri, un voyageur temporel, un secret dÃ©vastateur plus ancien que l'humanitÃ© et qui menace de la mener Ã une fin prÃ©maturÃ©e... et Ã un cheval, qui trÃ´ne nonchalamment dans une salle de bains. En plus, le petit chat est mort.
Douglas Adams est un auteur dont je ne sais gÃ©nÃ©ralement que penser. Il est l'un de ces auteurs anglais qui manie Ã la perfection l'humour et le non-sens mais dont les histoires ont parfois du mal Ã me toucher (et cela mÃªme si je n'ai lu que les 3 premiers tomes de H2G2, qui m'ont semblÃ© parfaitement inÃ©gal Ã cause de cela). Mais comme je le disais, un copain m'a refilÃ© ce livre (et la suite de H2G2 aussi d'ailleurs) et j'ai vraiment adorÃ© la sÃ©rie de 2016. Alors je me suis dit pourquoi pas. Surtout que j'avais bien besoin d'une lecture fraiche comme Ã§a ces derniers temps.
J'aurais bien du mal Ã vous parler de l'histoire en elle-mÃªme tant elle part dans tous les sens. Je crois qu'Adams avait juste envie de se faire bien plaisir en y mettant un peu tout et n'importe quoi. Un tout et n'importe quoi qui pourtant ne l'est pas tant que Ã§a. Douglas Adams a mÃ©langÃ© un certain nombre de genre pour rÃ©ussir Ã crÃ©er une presque parfaite enquÃªte policiÃ¨re. Et pourtant, cela ne semblait pas gagner du tout au dÃ©part.
L'interÃªt du roman, outre son humour, ce sont ses personnages. Et malheureusement, j'ai eu un peu de mal avec certain. Comme Richard, hÃ©ros sans le savoir de ce premier tome. Enfin, hÃ©ros... Disons que je n'apprÃ©cie que peu les personnages qui se laissent porter par les Ã©vÃ¨nements, ce qui est son cas. Heureusement, Dirk Gently, qui n'apparait que plus tard, a eu toute mon attention. J'ai tout simplement adorÃ© ce personnage qui semble tellement mais tellement Ã cÃ´tÃ© de la rÃ©alitÃ©. LÃ oÃ¹ Richard est pragmatique, lui est complÃ¨tement hors rÃ©alitÃ©. Ses conversations sont juste Ã©normes tant elle semble surrÃ©aliste. Il en va de mÃªme avec le professeur Reg Chronotis, vieil homme qui ne se souvient pas de tout et qui se rÃ©pÃ¨te bien souvent. J'ai vraiment aimÃ© les personnages un peu loufoques de l'histoire, bien moins les plus pragmatiques.
Et malheureusement il en va de mÃªme sur tout le livre. A chaque fois qu'on perd l'aspect humoristique, j'ai dÃ©crochÃ© du livre. Parce que ces moments-lÃ sont particuliÃ¨rement lent. Du moins, c'est l'impression que j'ai eu. De mÃªme, toute l'histoire du moine Ã©lectrique, bien qu'amusante, m'a presque semblÃ© de trop. Et c'est lÃ quelque chose qui m'arrive souvent avec Douglas Adams, il en fait parfois trop (une impression que j'ai d'ailleurs retrouvÃ© dans la sÃ©rie TV). Du coup, l'histoire en souffre pour moi.
Il est amusant de lire les lignes d'Adams. J'ai passÃ© un bon moment avec ce premier tome des aventures de Dirk Gently. Mais j'aurais aimÃ© moins de longueur, plus de Dirk aussi. J'ai apprÃ©ciÃ© les rÃ©flexion sur l'absurditÃ© du domaine informatique, celles sur la mort (qui se rapprocheraient presque de Pratchett) ou encore l'importance de la musique. J'ai moins aimÃ© pas mal de passage trop "sÃ©rieux" par rapport au reste, tout comme les longueurs (le monologue de Gordon au rÃ©pondeur de sa soeur est parfaitement soporifique...). Finalement, c'est donc une lecture un peu en demie teinte, agrÃ©able Ã lire la plupart du temps mais parfois trop longue.
Pour finir, un petit mot sur la sÃ©rie ? Elle ressemble au livre tout en Ã©tant bien diffÃ©rente. Je l'ai trouvÃ© bien plus dÃ©jantÃ©e, plus drÃ´le aussi. La personnalitÃ© de Dirk est bien la mÃªme mais tout le reste est diffÃ©rent. L'histoire de Dirk a Ã©tÃ© entiÃ¨rement revu, je suppose pour plaire un peu plus Ã un public plus jeune. MalgrÃ© les diffÃ©rences, l'esprit du roman est tout de mÃªme bien lÃ . On retrouve Dirk, un compagnon qui se laisse un peu porter par ce qui lui arrive, du voyage dans le temps et ce cÃ´tÃ© un peu absurde du nonsense anglais. AprÃ¨s, est-ce que j'ai prÃ©fÃ©rÃ© le livre Ã la sÃ©rie ? Et bien, disons que j'ai trouvÃ© dans les deux de quoi me plaire. Je ne saurais les dÃ©partager.
|Le dÃ©mon dans l'escalier, Julien Noel|
Je continue avec l'OPMORSE (d'ailleurs, cette semaine, ce sont les romans qui sont en promos)(dÃ©solÃ©e cher porte-monnaie...) et cette fois, c'est le seul livre dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ros que j'ai pris durant la promo la semaine passÃ©e. Oui, il n'y en avait qu'un qui mâintÃ©ressait (chose rare quand mÃªme chez Walrus).
Le dÃ©mon dans l'escalier, Julien Noel
Editeur : Walrus
Collection : Rendez-vous au 14
AnnÃ©e de parution : 2017
Format : epub
A lire si :
- Vous aimez jouer
- Vous voulez une aventure un peu barrÃ©
A ne pas lire si :
- Vous aimez le compliquÃ©
- Vous n'aimez pas les livres dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ros
PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur :
Pas simple de gagner honnÃªtement sa vie de sorcier lorsque lâon est inconnu et quâon nâa aucune relation dans le milieu. Pourtant on dirait que câest votre jour de chance : on vous propose un job. Certes, on est venu vous pÃªcher dans un bar miteux et ces gens ont lâair dâÃªtre dotÃ©s de pouvoirs bien supÃ©rieurs aux vÃ´tres. Mais soyez lucide : câest sans doute votre seule chance de percer dans ce mÃ©tier et de vous faire une rÃ©putation. A priori, il sâagit juste de rendre un petit service â un mage, un esprit, une invocation, un enchantement, un dÃ©mon peut-Ãªtre. Dans tous les cas, pas de quoi fouetter un chat. Mais pourquoi faire appel Ã vous si la mission est si facile ?
Vous vous sentez Ã la hauteur ? Tant mieux, car câest vous qui serez aux commandes de cette courte aventure dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ros. Ã vous de faire les bons choix pour ne pas ruiner dÃ©finitivement vos espoirs de devenir un sorcier reconnu.
J'en avais dÃ©jÃ parlÃ© sur PlongÃ©e sur R'Lyeh de Loic Richard, les livres dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ro sont pour moi une sorte de madeleine de Proust. J'ai passÃ© une bonne partie de mes vacances d'Ã©tÃ© entre 8 et 15 ans Ã dÃ©vorer ce genre de bouquin que je piquais allÃ¨grement Ã mon frÃ¨re. Alors, de temps en temps, j'aime bien me replonger dans l'ambiance de l'adolescence. Et chez Walrus, les livres dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ros sont de qualitÃ©.
Ce DÃ©mon dans l'escalier vous fait devenir un sorcier de bas Ã©tage Ã qui l'on confie enfin une mission qui devrait redorÃ© son blason. DÃ¨s le dÃ©but, on sent l'aventure un peu barrÃ©e, Ã l'image des pulps chers Ã la maison d'Ã©dition du morse. Parce que le dit DÃ©mon dans l'escalier est du genre particulier et que vous Ãªtes du genre pas forcÃ©ment trÃ¨s aidÃ©, je dirais. L'aventure n'en est pas moins savoureuse et je me suis prise au jeu avec facilitÃ©.
L'aventure est assez courte (bien plus que celle de PlongÃ©e sur R'Lyeh) et parfaite pour les dÃ©butants. Attention toutefois Ã prendre deux-trois notes car le hÃ©ros va se voir douter de certaines armes ou compÃ©tences au cours de l'aventure. Or si comme moi, vous ne la faites pas en une seule journÃ©e (ce qui est plus que faisable d'ailleurs), vous risquez de ne plus savoir ce que vous avez ou non. Une aventure courte mais qui possÃ¨de quelques embÃ»ches bien sympathiques (je suis du genre Ã chercher d'abord Ã perdre en rÃ©pondant le plus crÃ©tinement possible rien que pour rire des morts ou dÃ©faites parfois bien stupide des personnages)(d'ailleurs pas de mort ici mais un contrat qui prend fin tout simplement). Ainsi votre serviteuse n'a pas terminÃ© cinq fois son aventure en le faisant exprÃ¨s pour quatre d'entre elles. Autant dire qu'il vous faut tout de mÃªme rÃ©flÃ©chir un minimum avant de choisir le prochain chemin.
Au final, je me suis drÃ´lement bien amusÃ© avec ce DÃ©mon dans l'escalier. Les personnages secondaires sont sympathiques, le hÃ©ros bien looser et le dÃ©mon amusant (je ne veux pas en dire plus pour ne pas spoiler). Son seul point nÃ©gatif, il est peut-Ãªtre un peu trop court. J'aurais bien fait quelques heures de plus avec lui.
|Les Blaireaux se cachent pour Mourir, A gauche aprÃ¨s l'asile, Saison 1, Ã©pisode 1, Jessie|
Premier achat de l'OPMORSE (d'ailleurs, cette semaine, ce sont les livres dont vous Ãªtes le hÃ©ros qui sont en promos)(j'ai chroniquÃ© il y a un moment PlongÃ©e sur R'Lyeh y a un moment de Ã§a)(toute mon enfance les LDVELH), cet Ã©pisode d'une sÃ©rie qui se veut loufoque aura fait mon week-end.
Les Blaireaux se cachent pour Mourir, A gauche aprÃ¨s l'asile, Saison 1, Ã©pisode 1, Jessie
Collection : Pulp
AnnÃ©e de parution : 2016
Format : epub
A lire si :- Vous voulez du dÃ©jantÃ©
- Vous voulez une enquÃªte
- Vous voulez une hÃ©roine qui n'a pas la langue dans sa poche
A ne pas lire si :- Vous n'aimez pas Lovecraft
- Vous voulez du calme et de la sÃ©rÃ©nitÃ©.
PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur :
Comment dÃ©crire lâindescriptible ? Il se passe beaucoup de choses Ã Arkham, ce qui nâest pas pour dÃ©plaire Ã Casey Bolton, dÃ©tective privÃ©e de lâocculte Ã la tÃªte dâune agence qui se voit confier dâÃ©tranges enquÃªtes. EntourÃ©e de curieux spÃ©cimens plus ou moins aptes Ã mener Ã bien les noirs desseins des Grands Anciens, la jeune femme doit dÃ©mÃªler dâextravagantes affaires... s ans jamais perdre son style (tout le reste pourra Ãªtre nÃ©gociÃ©).
Ã ceux qui ont toujours su quâHPL nâÃ©tait pas devenu fou pour rien, ce livre va vous donner raison : aucune chance que vous sortiez indemne de la lecture des aventures de Casey Bolton. Les Ã©diteurs et surveillants du Walrus Institute dÃ©clinent quant Ã eux toute responsabilitÃ© concernant la perte de vos points de santÃ© mentale, mais sâengagent Ã prodiguer les meilleurs soins Ã Jessie, lâauteure de cette truculente fresque haute en couleur.
Qu'il va Ãªtre compliquÃ© de donner mon avis sur ce premier Ã©pisode d'une sÃ©rie qui je l'espÃ¨re va continuer. Mais on va essayer, hein. AprÃ¨s tout, je suis lÃ pour Ã§a, hein. Donc allons-y.
Prenez un peu beaucoup de Lovecraft, son univers, ses dieux emblÃ©matiques..., prenez ensuite une dÃ©tective qui n'a pas rÃ©ellement de chance et qui ouvre parfois un peu trop sa gueule, une Ã©tudiante trop parfaite, un footballeur amÃ©ricain coqueluche de son Ã©quipe qui broute mÃ©chamment le gazon, un humeur parfois douteux, de l'action, de l'occulte et vous obtiendrez "A gauche aprÃ¨s l'asile", un bon pulp comme Walrus aime publier, comme j'aime les lire. BarrÃ© complet et tellement addictif.
Jessie c'est inspirÃ© du jeu de rÃ´le "Lâappel de Cthulhu" et des divers Ã©crits de Lovecraft pour nous pondre sa sÃ©rie. Mais si on ne connait pas l'oeuvre de Lovecraft (ou comme moi, le jeu de rÃ´le), ce n'est pas bien grave. Bon, on va rater deux trois rÃ©fÃ©rences surement, mais on va quand mÃªme bien profiter de l'Ã©pisode. Ce qui est agrÃ©able. Pas besoin de connaitre par cÅur la bibliographique horrifique de Lovecraft pour lire A Gauche aprÃ¨s l'Asile. Et Ã§a c'est bien.
D'ailleurs, on finit rapidement par oublier le monsieur pour Casey Bolton. Casey, c'est tout une histoire. Un personnage comme je les apprÃ©cie. Forte en bouche, quelque peu barrÃ©e, la rÃ©plique facile, tout comme la critique et par qu'envers les autres (mÃªme si), la courtoisie en berne. Et elle n'a pas la seule Ã m'avoir plu. Son Ã©quipe est loin d'Ãªtre ennuyante, entre une tueuse Ã gage androgyne, une Ã©tudiante blonde bien trop parfaite et son garde du corps Ã la poitrine imposante et j'en passe vu que pour l'instant, nous ne les avons pas tous rencontrer. Ben oui, c'est un Ã©pisode d'introduction, faut laisser quelques surprises pour les autres. D'ailleurs, si l'Ã©quipe semble dÃ©jÃ bien particuliÃ¨re, elle n'est pas seule. Les personnages secondaires sont tous aussi succulents. Mention spÃ©ciale d'ailleurs Ã Soeur Marie que j'espÃ¨re dÃ©couvrir un peu plus dans les autres Ã©pisodes (pis je veux le reste de l'Ã©quipe aussi)
On ajoute donc Ã des rÃ©fÃ©rences fort sympathiques (d'ailleurs, mÃªme si l'action se dÃ©roule dans les annÃ©es 1920 et quelques les rÃ©fÃ©rences Ã notre culture sont trouvables)(style vampire qui clignote et scintille par exemple), des personnages dÃ©jantÃ©s, une Ã©criture rapide et non dÃ©pourvue d'humour. Un combo gagnant avec moi et qui fait de cette sÃ©rie un vrai petit plaisir pour amateur de pulp walrusien.
Et en plus de Ã§a, si jamais vous n'en avez pas eu assez, on peut retrouver tous les jours des textes d'environ 100 mots sur le blog de l'auteure qui tournent autour de la sÃ©rie (mÃªme si parfois l'autrice fait rÃ©fÃ©rÃ©nce Ã une saison future, me semble pas qu'il y ait de gros spoiler) : le nÃ©vronomicon.
|Les Chevaliers de Mars, Le ChÃ¢teau des Etoiles, tome 3, Alex Alice|
Hier, en allant sur un autre site de travail, je suis passÃ©e devant la librairie. Et il Ã©tait en vitrine, bien voyant. Hier, en rentrant chez moi, je me suis arrÃªtÃ©e Ã la librairie, et j'en ai aussi profiter pour me prendre le dernier tome des Outrepasseurs. Hier, Ã peine rentrÃ©e Ã la maison, j'ai dÃ©vorÃ© la bande dessinÃ©e (mais pourquoi est-elle si courte ?). Bref, hier, j'ai retrouvÃ© SÃ©raphin, Sophie et Hans pour une nouvelle aventure.
Les Chevaliers de Mars, Le ChÃ¢teau des Etoiles, tome 3, Alex Alice
Editeur : Rue de SÃ¨vres
Collection : /
AnnÃ©e de parution : 2017
Nombre de pages : 60
A lire si :
- Vous avez aimÃ© le tome 1
- Vous aimez le steampunk et Jules Verne
- Vous voulez de beaux dessins accompagnent une bonne histoire
A ne pas lire si :
- Vous ne voulez pas de jeunes hÃ©ros
PrÃ©sentation de l'Ã©diteur :
1870. En plein dix-neuviÃ¨me siÃ¨cle, le sort de la Terre se joue sur Mars ! Dans cette suite de la sÃ©rie Ã succÃ¨s Le ChÃ¢teau des Ã©toiles , rÃ©compensÃ©e par de nombreux prix, SÃ©raphin et ses amis sont de retour sur Terre. AprÃ¨s avoir rÃ©vÃ©lÃ© au monde le secret du voyage spatial, ils ont trouvÃ© refuge dans un manoir breton. Mais leur engin volant est dÃ©sormais l'objet de toutes les convoitises ! Alors que le pÃ¨re de SÃ©raphin est en voyage Ã Londres, le manoir est cernÃ© par des brumes lourdes de menaces... Spectres, ou espions prÃªts Ã tout pour mettre la main sur le prÃ©cieux engin ? Nouvelles machines, complots internationaux, tÃªtes couronnÃ©es, expÃ©ditions au-delÃ de l'espace... La course Ã l'Ã©ther est lancÃ©e, et la paix sur Terre est dÃ©sormais entre les mains de SÃ©raphin et des Chevalier de Mars !
La ConquÃªte de l'espace, premier tome de cette sÃ©rie , m'avait particuliÃ¨rement plus, le second tout autant. Autant dire que j'avais plus que hÃ¢te de lire la suite. Alors forcÃ©ment, cette couverture rouge m'a attirÃ©e. Moi qui m'Ã©tais promis de ne pas aller toutes les semaines Ã la librairie... Bref, je suis faible, je le sais, et Ã§a ne me dÃ©range pas tant que Ã§a. Mais que vaut-il ce nouveau tome Ã la belle couverture rouge ?
On retrouve SÃ©raphin, Sophie et Hans en bretagne, quelques temps aprÃ¨s leur retour de la Lune. Ils ont donnÃ© les plans du moteur Ã Ether au monde, voit le dÃ©but de la conquÃªte de l'Ether par les nations sans pouvoir rien y faire. Pendant ce temps, les scientifiques essaient de rÃ©guler tout cela, de ne pas faire de cette conquÃªte une nouvelle guerre. Mais alors que le professeur Dulac est Ã Londres, il se fait enlever par les Prussiens. Prussiens qui comptent bien conquÃ©rir Mars. Une planÃ¨te qui attire aussi les jeunes gens, puisque d'aprÃ¨s les calculs de Sophie, Ludwig de BaviÃ¨re doit s'y trouver.
Mais bien entendu, rien ne se passe comme prÃ©vu. Les Prussiens veulent l'Ã©thÃ©rine ramenÃ©e de la Lune et attaque la cachette de nos hÃ©ros. DÃ©barque alors l'impÃ©ratrice Sissi qui va leur permettre de s'envoler une nouvelle fois vers l'Ether, et plus prÃ©cisement vers Mars avec deux missions, retrouver le pÃ¨re de SÃ©raphin et le roi Ludwig.
L'histoire nous entraÃ®ne rapidement sur cette seconde partie de la conquÃªte de l'Ether. Et il faut bien dire qu'elle est passionnante, mais vraiment. Entre une Sophie qui semble Ãªtre en manque d'Ether, un SÃ©raphin qui doute de plus en plus, un Hans toujours Ã©gal Ã lui-mÃªme (ce personnage mÃ©rite pourtant plus que de sembler Ãªtre le bout en train du groupe), on dÃ©couvre rapidement l'importance qu'Ã pris leur voyage dans leur vie. En plus de cela, l'Ether est devenue la chose Ã conquÃ©rir, que se soit scientifiquement parlant ou politiquement parlant. Tous les enjeux d'une telle dÃ©couverte sont prÃ©sentÃ©s, mÃªme si de maniÃ¨re parfois un peu simpliste (ok, il n'y a que 60 pages dans ce tome, c'est aussi un peu normal).
Et puis, comme toujours, les planches sont juste magnifiques. J'aime vraiment tout ce travail Ã l'aquarelle oÃ¹ l'on voit tout de mÃªme un peu le dessin prÃ©paratif. J'aime les nuances de couleurs dans les ciels terriens ou non d'Alex Alice. Je trouve que cela donne tout le charme de la bande dessinÃ©e. Non mais vraiment, les paysages quoi et les ciels. C'est juste beau quoi. Et Ã§a va si bien avec cette ambiance steampunk.
Au final, vous l'aurez compris, j'ai juste beaucoup beaucoup aimÃ© ce troisiÃ¨me tome. Et je veux le quatriÃ¨me maintenant (je veux beaucoup de chose maintenant en mÃªme temps, heureusement que la rÃ©alitÃ© est tout autre par rapport Ã mes envies, sinon, vingt quatre ne me suffiraient pas).
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|#Hartford Private Eye @JBprivateeye @HuntedCBS Featured @betterct @WFSBnews & @hartfordcourant|
We talked to the crew of the show "Hunted" a few weeks ago, now we're chatting with Jacquie Bainer, one of the "hunters" on the show!
"On 'Hunted,' people are working in real time the way law enforcement does. I'm used to tracking people down and people hiding from me who don't want to talk about the case I'm investigating, but doing this in real time was just thrilling for me."
Cool Justice Editorâs Note: By way of disclosure, Cool Justice is an occasional denizen of Integratedâs Hartford office and once in a while even does a little work â¦
|UPDATE, 9-30-16: Damages awarded for unjust killing, 4th Amendment violation|
Hartford federal jury awards $170K compensatory damages & 32K punitive damages in 4th Amendment / fatal dog shooting case. Costs and attorney fees to be awarded after eight years of litigation expected to total $500,000 - $700,000, possibly more.
âThis verdict is a strong statement from the jury that privacy rights of city residents are just as important as those of suburban homeowners,â said attorney Jon Schoenhorn for the plaintiffs.
9-17-16 column below
Judge orders attachment
of personal assets
of cops who trespassed
By Andy Thibault
This is the haunting voice of trauma inflicted on a 12-year-old girl:
âThat day never goes away. Itâs like I canât really escape it, no matter how hard I try. I should have done something â anything â to stop that bullet from hitting him in the head.â
And here is some police scanner chatter about the shooting:
âHave you got anybody hit?
âNegative, negative, just a dog.
âWeâre all set, shut down the lights. I donât want a scene here at the, uh, neighborhood.â
The shooting occurred after school on Dec. 20, 2006 on Enfield Street in Hartfordâs North End. The girl, known as K. Harris, suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and became suicidal.
The U.S. Second Circuit of Appeals ruled two years ago that the cops were trespassing and ordered a trial just to determine damages. The Second Circuit ruling overturned a 2012 verdict by an all-suburban jury in Hartford U.S. District Court supporting the home invasion by police.
The appeals court also opened the door to both compensatory and punitive damages. Now â as a trial on the amount to award the plaintiff is scheduled to begin Monday â the city is trying to weasel out of its obligation and in the process throwing the cops it promised to indemnify under the bus.
The Associated Press reported over the weekend that the city of Hartford had reversed its position to indemnify the officers found at fault by the appeals court. Hartford Police Union President Richard Holton told the AP that officers Johnmichael OâHare and Anthony Pia had been âhung out to dry.â
Friday afternoon, U.S. Magistrate Judge Donna Martinez ordered the officersâ personal assets attached in the amount of 1.4 million â OâHare at $750,000 and Pia at $650,000.
In a documentary which premiered this summer at the Toronto Film Festival, K. Harris recalls letting her dog â a St. Bernard named Seven â outside after school and then hearing a commotion in her front yard.
âThere was a police officer standing over Seven with a gun pointed at Seven. I yelled at him, please, no, donât shoot my dog!
âHe looked at me dead in my eyes for like a second and then he took a step and then he shot Seven in the head. The police officer was like, âIâm sorry, Maâam, your dog isnât going to make it.â
âMy life ended right there.â
Because the officers lacked a warrant or probable cause to invade the Harris property, they violated the familyâs Fourth Amendment rights ...
For those unfamiliar with the Druze culture, it is unique to the Levant (Lebanon, Syria and Israel). This minority group originated about a thousand years ago in the Ismaillia sect of early Islam, and was largely prosecuted after splitting off from it. Therefore, mate
they usually dwell on mountains and have long tradition of bravery since they've always needed to fend for themselves in a rather hostile environment. In Israel, the Druze communities are all located in the north - from Mount Carmel in the largest Druze town Daliat el Carmel and all the way up north to the Western Galilee, the Golan Heights especially around Mount Hermon.
Near my village alone there are four Druze villages - Jath, Yanuh, Yirka and Julis. We've held strong friendly relationships with our Druze neighbours. Growing up, two elders from the village Yanuh will travel on foot or by donkey and come help us build our village - they taught our parents how to built terraces from the many rocks around here so that we can grow crops along the hillsides, how to cultivate wild olives and do the grafting so the trees grow strong and bear good fruit, and we went every summer to the miller and grind our wheat (when we still grew our own), and every autumn to line up with all the other olive growers and press our olives into fine olive oil and buy handmade olive soap that was made on the spot from the pommace left from the pressing process. As the nearby village Yirka developed into a small town bustling with businesses - we go there also to do most of our shopping and other business (that's where I usually go to the ship my online orders, by the way), and continue to build business and work relations with our neighbours. My house (both the old and the new part) was built almost entirely by a Birka-Born team of construction experts who became my closest new friends since moving here, and their wives come to practice Pilates with me.
Growing up here, I remember my mom being especially enthusiastic about learning from the Druze women about the bounty of edible and medicinal wild plants around here. From them she also learned to drink olive oil in the morning on empty stomach, and how to make a special scorpion antidote (from the scorpion that stung you, fried in olive oil). I never tried either, and probably never will. But I do love to learn from them about the nearly magical properties of the plants that grow everywhere around here. It's as if there is an entire pharmacy out in the open, here in the wild.
Besides, there is much to be learned from the Druze traditional way of living, which is very family centred and values hospitality and taking the time to sit and enjoy a cup of anything - tea, coffee, and more and more coffee. The latter is served everywhere you go - from the hardware store to the mobile phone shop. And of course you can't enter a home without being invited for at least a cup of coffee, and if it's dinnertime - to break bread with the whole family.
As is widespread in all of Israel - among both the Arab and Jewish population - the Druze adore za'atar, sage and the many wild harvested and then dried herbs from around here. They are popular as digestifs or medicinal brews for various ailments or as preventative measures: wild sage, white mint, savory, wild oregano, and more are either infused on their own or added, dried or fresh, to black tea. The love for za'atar is so profound that it is even added to some sweet pastries, such as this traditional ka'akat isfar ("yellow cake") - a mildly sweet yeasted flatbread that is coloured with turmeric and additionally spiced with sesame and nigella seeds, hints of za'atar (this umbrella name could be wild oregano, savoury or thyme - more on that in another post), and hints of mysterious spices that I'm yet to identify (I detected nutmeg and perhaps even some cardamom or allspice but I can't be sure of the latter two). It has become a favourite of mine, but is never found in a pastry shop. Some families would sell their traditional homemade ka'kat isfar when they make it, and the recipes vary. The first one I tried was only spiced with turmeric. This particular version that I'm very fond of was made by a random person I met on one of my traveling tea parties, and I doubt I will be able to taste ever again. The only recipe I found that seems close is written in Arabic and I'm far from being proficient enough to follow a recipe in that language.
Many of my Vancouver perfume studio guests have been indirectly introduced to Druze culture through the special tea I would brew each winter (we fondly called it "witch brew") of dried hulnejan (a particular type of dried galangal root) and ginger roots, which is simmered forever in a large pot, simultaneously cleansing the air, warming the chest and keeping colds at bay. It is often served with pecan nuts sprinkled on top, and a lot of sugar, which is how most Druze like their teas. I personally prefer it unsweetened, and like to add cinnamon bark which has its own natural sweetness. Sometimes I would add honey but not often.
But Hulnejan is not the only interesting thing about the Druze tea culture. As it turns out, in the 19th Century, many Druze - especially from Syria - left for Argentina, and they brought back with them mate, and a special fondness for this unique South American concoction. They drink it socially, sharing the same bombilla (the silver straw), traditionally sucked from the tea which is brewed in a dried decorative gourd.
In this photo, I am holding a dainty cup of mate that was offered to me on the streets of Majdal Shams, a remote Druze village come ski tourist town on Mount Hermon (Jabal Sheikh), formerly part of Syria.
On Saturday morning, we were having a hard time finding a place to eat breakfast. The breakfast place recommended to us the night before was still closed at 8:30am - it turns out it was them who had the wedding the night before with the parade that blocked the streets) - and so we were directed by a local lady to a corner shop that sells coffee, cigarettes, local cherries and freshly whipped before your eyes malyukh (Druze flat bread that is baked on top of a saj - an iron dome much like an upside down wok) on top of open fire. The bread is baked only on one side, than folded and smeared with generous amounts of labneh (soft cheese made from strained yoghurt), za'atar mixture, and homemade hot sauce that I swear was spiked with cinnamon. We were also offered black tea "on the house" which turned to be fragrant with "Ootra" - Arabic for the popular Pelargonium graveness. The lady was impressed with my Arabic (very basic, but still better than nothing) and even more so that I recognized what she put in the tea and know the Arabic name for it.
I chatted her up as I was munching on the malyukh and sipping the tea, and learned that while Majdal Shams is not as big as Yirka - it is a lot more "modern" to her words. There is a high percentage of post-secondary education, most of which was acquired in Syria, where up until the civil war was offered for free to all Syrian citizens. As a background - you should know that up until 1967, the Golan Heights and Mt. Hermon, including the four Druze villages there - Majdal Shams, Mas'ade, Ein Kiniya and Buq'ata - were under Syrian rule, and their culture is quite different than what you'll find in the Galilee. One thinks of the border between Israel and Syria (sworn enemies since the establishment of the state of Israeli in 1948) as hermetically sealed, but in fact there was a dynamic flow of the Druze population between the countries - especially for weddings and for family reunions, but also for studying abroad. This lady's brother lived in Syria for many years - he went there to study medicine, got married and lived there until the war started, and then requested to return, and came back to Israel via Jordan with his wife and their children.
We finished our delicious breakfast, thanked the lady and crossed the street to where our car was parked, right in front of a bakery (the only other place that was already open by 9am). In front of it, two ladies sat on a bench and a couple of upside-down plastic grocery boxes, boiling water on a portable gas stove and sipping non other than mate from a dainty little jug. I was so astonished I could not hold my gasp of delight. In return, they offered me to sit down and join them, rinsing the bombilla with boiled water from the kettle and pouring fresh water over and over the mate to bring out the flavour time and again. I was so thrilled that even though we're only two hours drive from home, and are already experiencing new culture that is so different yet invites us to share a cup of tea together.
I had a couple of jugs of mate with them and thanked the big spirit that's in this world that encouraged me to finally set up on my tea journey.
While waiting for our permanent home to be renovated (which, as it turns out, takes even longer than building a new home) - we've been living semi-nomadic life for close to four months now, about three of them in a yurt.
Life in the yurt is different. There is no way around it (pun intended). For one thing, it provides a round space, that encompasses most of life's functions in one area: cooking, eating, reading, puzzling, snuggling, cat-feeding (an extra duty we've picked up on the way to freedom - not unlike an unwanted pregnancy that you just can't get herself to terminate), office work (whenever my MacBook Air has enough power to work for me - not to mention its battered battery now needs replacement, which turns out to be a HUGE ordeal in the land of milk and honey), Pilates practice, and even occasional entertaining (when it rains even my dear family avoids it like the plague). It's not truly all in one space, because it actually has an annex to the north, with the washroom (including a shower and a compost toilet - a killer combination for dirt and cleanliness), as well as a sleeping den which has beautiful greenery all around it, as it is built from old wooden windows.
That beauty comes with the price of this space being as cold as the outdoors in the winter. In the summer this room is actually a lifesaver, because the yurt collects way too much heat, although it is much better insulated than the sleeping den - even when its skylight is open. We don't have an oven, but were able to pull together delicious and nourishing meals from the two-flamed gas stove, and have even prepared some raw treats for our daily tea parties. To be perfectly frank - mostly, we've been lazy and buying baklava and cookies whenever we are in the vicinity of a bakery - so I am now in the know of where to get good baked goods. I'm sure this knowledge will come in handy in the not so far future, even after we're back to our productive baking life. When it comes to baking, it's always good to have a good back-up plan.
Of course, that did not stop us from being experimental in the kitchen, trying new ingredients such as nigella seed spread and authentic freekeh, which is an amazing way of preparing green wheatberries by burning them off the wheat chaff. The result is a smoky, nutty grain that is delicious and easy to cook (and digest) and really gives unmistakable character to dishes (the one I bought in Canada was actually stale wheat dyed green). More on that in another post!
To sum it up - living in a yurt is "an experience". Just like camping is an experience. In camping terms this is a five star facility. I'm sure with its running water and gas-operated refrigerator it is also considered a luxury in comparison to straw huts in Africa or yurts in the Mongolian steppes. You get the picture. It's an experience. And we're three months into it and can't wait to experience something else.
To lift the edge off the nervous anticipation for proper housing, I've decided to compile a little list of fragrances (both mundane and wearable) that will let you into this experience, even if just a little... This compilation is a random array of fragrance fit for yurt life, even though I imagine most people who choose to live in this humble abode would rather dab some animal fat and cooked cabbage juice behind their ear than any designer's fragrance. Nevertheless, I find the task amusing, and I hope it will make for a fun read.
I also hope that my mom does not get hurt because apparently in our parts of the world, patience ("Savlanut") is considered a virtue (which very few uphold), and also belongs grammatical to the same root as the word suffering ("Sevel"). And in this part of the world, stating the facts is considered complaining... I'm sure those who choose to live in a yurt or even just stay in it for a short amount of time will thoroughly enjoy it - it is cute, rustic, pretty, calm and completely in tune with nature. You get to experience all the elements - fire (sun), air (wind), water (we have running water, and thankfully also very little of water leakage despite its very temporary feel); and last but not least - you can't get any closer to earth than this. It is a very, very earthy dwelling and you really feel Mother earth's belly as you tickle it with your slippers walking to and fro. Last but not least: nothing compares to coming out of the yurt at night and seeing the clear black skies dotted with bright stars.
Muscs Kublai Khan - for the obvious body odour effect - musk-enhanced unwashed hair and sweaty armpits with hints of rose and aldehydes.
Kiehl's Fig Leaf & Sage - milky herbacous weirdness. It's unusual yet very easy to wear and has a freshness without being boring. It also goes well with the cucumber and parsley scented products we currently have in the house - hand wash, shampoo and conditioner. Something green and clear-smelling yet non pretentious.
Aromatics Elixir - an earthy, big sage scent that is sophisticated yet at the same time rustic enough to wear in the wilderness. Especially grateful for it on cold wintry days.
Arabie - the spice market, sweat and dusty cobblestones - and all the spices I have in storage (and don't have in my kitchen) kvetched into one bottle. Awesome.
Coco Noir - the opposite of yurt life: polished, elegant, artificial and urban. Jasmine, berries and plums, rose, patchouli, musk and vetiver with a a dusting of cocoa.
Poivre Samarkand - because I heard that there are also yurts in Samarkand (Uzbekistan). Can't find any perfume inspired by Mongolia (which is where the yurts supposedly originate). Besides, it's a perfect sprinkle of heat on those chilly nights when the shower runs only boiling water or ice cold ones, and when you step out of the shower it's the same temperatures as outside (not as extreme as in Canada, but 5-11c is cold enough to feel like real winter).
Musc Nomade (Annick Goutal) - I'm picking this one because of the name alone. I remember smelling it very vaguely and that is was vegetal and delicate... Admittedly I'm also too lazy to go digging in my shipping container now and find the little box where I "filed" all my music samples but I'm pretty sure I've only tried it once when I was in Paris.
Tam Dao - if you've ever encountered compost toilet, you know that it's the human equivalent of hamster cage. pine or cedar shavings are used to cover up the mess, and the result is a more subdued version of human waste, that eventually turns into a nice scent of the forest floor. Anyway, this explanation made me think of Tam Dao, which is a fine sandalwood and cedar fragrance and also has some clean smelling musks underneath, to make you forget all the other business.
Tea for Two - We've been enjoying my limited selection of teas that I make a point of finishing off. True to form, we've been brewing lots of chai, which I've been already giving you plenty of recipes for... And of course Hulnejan - the wonderful root brew of galangal, dried ginger and cassia bark.
Zangvil also reminds me of this "witch brew" with its notes of fresh and dried ginger, honey, amber, jasmine and ginger lily.
Finjan - we've been drinking lots of espresso on the stove top mocha machine, and lots of Arabic/Druze/Turkish coffee (each nationality claims it as their own - but essentially this is very dark roasted coffee with cardamom that is brewed on the stove). The latter is well represented in the perfuem I created titled Finjan (the name of the little porcelain "shot" cups that you sip the coffee from; mistakenly, most Israelis refer to the little pot used to brew it as "finjan" - but its real name is "Ralai").
Mastic - Whenever it rains or gets really chilly, the mastica bushes and wild ivy behind the yurt release their fresh, green-balsamic scent. Grin's smell encompasses this verdant freshness with its notes of galbanum, violet, oakmoss and a classic floral bouquet.
Geranium and Wild Oranges - My citrus orchard was overcome by wild orange shoots, and I've really let it go. We finally pruned the orchard this fall, which mean an overwhelming amount of wild oranges that had to be put into use somehow. The result? An orange cello with a touch of herbs from the yurt's garden, among them rose geranium. One sip of this liquor is enough to uplift the spirits.
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|Julie & Robert: âAs we continued talking, my love for him grew stronger!â|
Robert was in the chat room on ChristianMingle when I entered, and he greeted me...
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|Five Ways to Have the Best-Ever Virtual Genealogy Conference!||Can you believe how fast summer is sailing by? Which means the Family
Tree University Virtual Genealogy Conference is right around the corner, Sept.
13 to 15.
This online event has the excitement and shared knowledge of a genealogy conference, without the expense and difficulty of travel and being away from family and work. Or the pressure to change out of your fuzzy slippers.
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You get a weekend of video classes (which you can download to keep), networking with genealogy researchers and experts via our conference message boards, and a live keynote. Classes and Q&A sessions cover genetic genealogy, websites, methodology, organizing and preserving your research, and ethnic research.
I hope you'll join me there. Use coupon code FALLVCEARLY to save $40 on registration! (Code expires Aug. 11, 2017.)
As a seasoned Virtual Conference attendee, I've got a few tips for making the most of the experience:
1. Peruse the program ahead of time.
Most of the conference is on-demandâyou log in to watch videos and post to the message board any time during the conference. But Lisa Louise Cooke's keynote presentation on Sunday, "Big Pictures in Little Details," is live, as are the expert Q&A sessions on the message boards. Mark the scheduled bits on your calendar (remember the Virtual Conference is on East Coast Time).
Since you can download the classes to watch again, don't worry if you can't squeeze them all into the weekend. But do try to watch the ones most related to your research during the conference so you can discuss them on the message boards.
2. Free up some time.
The time-saving convenience of attending from home is a MAJOR draw. But carve out some time over the weekend to watch the videos and chat on the message boards. The Virtual Conference genealogy inspiration gets me excited about trying new strategies and resources, so I usually want to spend some time researching, too.
I minimize errands that weekend, and declare a pizza night for the kids. Daddy does something fun with them and we grant them more screen time. Therefore, my children enjoy the Virtual Conference almost as much as I do!
3. Log in on Friday.
Even if you're not planning on doing much conferencing on Friday, take 15 minutes to log in, go over the orientation and click around the conference. Make sure you can download a video. If you have any problems accessing the conference content, just post to the Technical Issues board and we'll address it as quickly as possible.
4. Play along.
You'll get the most benefit out of the classes and opportunities to interact with others if your research is fresh in your mind. Go over your tree before the conference to refamiliarize yourself with difficult ancestors. Make a list of your surnames and places for the surnames message board.
A lot of action happens on those boards! Introductions are made, tips shared, questions answered, brick walls solved, books and websites recommended. We'll even exchange recipes and family stories. Check here often during the conference, post your questions, and answer other peoples'.
5. Get comfy.
Everyone talks about how great it is to do genealogy in your pajamas. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE!! Wear your comfiest PJs and fuzziest slippers. Don't bother doing your hair. Make some coffee or tea, fetch your favorite snack and pad over to your computer. Revel in it.
Visit FamilyTreeUniversity.com to check out the conference details and sign up today. Remember to save $40 (before Aug. 11) with coupon code FALLVCEARLY!
|PERS Summit lines up 2017 speakers||
AvantGuard has several speakers lined up for its upcoming PERS Summit, to be held here Sept. 26-28, as well as some of the events.
This yearâs PERS Summit will start with a tour of AvantGuardâs recently remodeled facility. âWeâve got about 25,000 square feet and three levels, and the building will be completely remodeled, inside and out, by the time the event starts. So, people will really get to seeâhands onâhow that monitoring of the PERS devices works,â Sonja Jorgenson, AvantGuardâs director of marketing, told Security Systems News.
Aron Ralston will be one of the conferenceâs keynote speakers. âHis story is told in that movie, 127 hours,â Jorgenson noted. Ralston was exploring a Utah canyon when his arm got caught, forcing Ralston to amputate the limb.
One of the speakers will be Eric Allen, an attorney who can speak to certain marketing techniques. âHis expertise is â¦ issues that are raised when businesses are contacting customers through texting and automated calls. He really understands that, the regulations, and the new rules that are coming out in 2017.â
Laurie Orlov, another speaker at the conference, is focused on aging-in place.Â âShe has an interesting background in technology, especially targeted to aging seniors,â Jorgenson said. âSheâs going to share some predictions about what those technology trends are going to look like in 2017 and beyond.â
The Summitâs other speakers have not yet been announced.
âThen, every year, we have a panel of experts in the industry and we talk about a relevant issue. Last time, we talked about fall detection and [the panelistsâ] feelings about that, and where [the technology] was and if it was really helpful,â Jorgenson said. âWe havenât disclosed what that topic will be yet, but that panel discussionâs always a big talking point.â
Jorgenson said that AvantGuard hopes to give attendees more access to the presentations at this Summit, which will allow attendees to further review information after returning from the conference. âI think there will be a lot of information, â¦ so, itâs a lot to digest in just a couple days,â she said.
The company also sends an anonymous survey to its dealers, which asks about a range of topics, including the software that dealers use or the types of customers dealers are seeing, AvantGuard marketing assistant Alex Flitton said. âWe actually have a lot of really good feedback so far,â he told SSN. âAll of this information will be compiled and interpreted by some of the experts in the industry, to present to our attendees.â
Networking is another benefit of the event, Flitton noted. âIt just puts a lot of like-minded people in a really solid environment where they can interact,â he said.
The Summit will be held at The Chateaux Deer Valley in Park City, Utah. The conference has been here for each conference.
|F# + ML |> MVP Summit: Talk recordings, slides and source code||
I was fortunate enough to make it to the Microsoft MVP summit this year. I didn't learn anything secret (and even if I did, I wouldn't tell you!) but one thing I did learn is that there is a lot of interest in data science and machine learning both inside Microsoft and in the MVP community. What was less expected and more exciting was that there was also a lot of interest in F#, which is a perfect fit for both of these topics!
When I visited Microsoft back in May to talk about Scalable Machine Learning and Data Science with F# at an internal event, I ended up chatting with the organizer about F# and we agreed that it would be nice to do more on F#, which is how we ended up organizing the F# + ML |> MVP Summit 2015 mini-conference on the Friday after the summit.
|Green gloves and a blogger meet up!|
I'll get to the green gloves in a bit...
On Wednesday I led a Ramblers walk of 7 miles. It was a chilly, overcast day and we were cold at the start but soon warmed up. Everyone enjoyed the walk including me! It was the same walk that I did the first time I ever led a walk back in May 2016, but I reversed it and added on a short bit to the end. I've now led 3 walks for the Ramblers and want to find a new walk to lead for the Autumn programme.
Trousers are from the Tesco outlet shop, boots present from daughter this Christmas. Every thing else is charity shopped.
I went for a rummage on Thursday afternoon after the food shopping. I went to the Kempston charity shops as I hadn't been for a while. I got quite a few summer items for the grandsons and for myself some green earrings 75p; a white top 1.00; and finally an animal print blouse in brown; 2.49 in the Keech Hospice shop. A yellow scoop neck top for 2.99 in the Cat's Protection League and last but not least, a turquoise bracelet and ring; 1.00 each from the Day Hospice shop. I didn't bother going to the Barnardo's shop as I was chazza'ed out by then.
I wonder if any of you know what this tree is? I saw it whilst collecting the youngest grandson from school - it's just around the corner and I thought it was so striking. Please let me know what it is as I haven't a clue!
On Friday, I went walking by myself and it was a brilliant walk. The weather was pleasant; bright but windy. I saw my first swallows of the year and you know what that means don't you? It means summer's here! At last. Thank the Lord and pass the gravy. I'm sick of overcast skies and wind and cold...
Jeans from the 1.00 rail at Barnardo's Great Denham bought on a rummage with Linda; man's shirt Â£1.00 box Keech; cardigan 1.99 Red Cross shop. Boots; DDB.
All jewellery charity shopped.
Top by Wallis; charity shopped, Country Casuals jacket; charity shopped. Trousers; La Redoute sale and black brogues; Tesco outlet.
It was no longer summer on Saturday, in fact it was overcast and cold again. But despite the weather I went to Rushden for a blogger meet up. It's the first one for me and it was with the very lovely Kelly of the Mother of Reinvention blog HERE. Kelly's blog states she is a:
Plus-Sized Sewing Scientist with a Love of Corsets, Kittens & Cake! Vintage Seamstress, Novice Knitter and All-Round Crafty Type.
It was a pleasure to meet Kelly. She had moved to Rushden five weeks previously for a new job and luckily really likes her new town and neighbourhood. It was so nice to meet another blogger and I felt I had known Kelly for ages already through reading her blog
We started with a cup of tea and a chat and then went rummaging! We had a fab time and started by visiting the most excellent Salvation Army charity shop where Kelly's friend, Bill, joined us. Kelly found some lovely material - she loves to sew. She also found some great square plates with matching bowls, some cookie cutters and a cute pottery butter dish. I found some earrings for 50p, a lace skirt for 3.50, some wool for 50p and a boring, but useful, tupperware dish; also 50p. We went on to visit 4 other charity shops where I bought a large cake tin and that was it. Then in true blogger fashion we all decamped to Wetherspoons for a drink and some lunch!
Kelly and I plan to meet up again and next time we'll go to Kettering or Northampton - both good places for charity shopping.
I bought these beads at the Red Cross shop last Monday. Earrings from Sainsbury's; bangles and ring charity shopped.
On Sunday OH and I went to a car boot sale at Lidlington. We got there at about 11 am; we don't like early starts... I bought a lovely handmade vintage coat for Â£2.00 which I am so delighted with. I still have to steam it and then I'll post a photo.
We're off to a reunion of OH's ex battalion at the weekend - Barnsley here we come! I don't know Yorkshire very well at all so I'm curious to see what Barnsley and its environs look like. We might squeeze in a quick rummage. Anyway, I may wear the coat with a knee length dress; I'm still thinking about it.
Monday was volunteering at the Red Cross. By the time this photo was taken at about 8.30 in the evening my linen trousers were baggy at the knee and very creased - I'd just been on my hands and knees washing the kitchen floor!
Everything charity shopped except the shoes which are from a local shoe outlet called PJ shoes in Kempston.
Of course I couldn't leave the Red Cross without buying something...
I bought some books; some elbow length emerald green gloves; some brand new grey Mary Jane's with a little heel and a top. I don't know where on earth I might wear the green gloves but an occasion might present itself - who knows? It's always as well to be prepared!
I went completely mad on Friday and swapped my winter wardrobe to my summer wardrobe; I'm now thinking I was a bit premature. It was cold on Saturday when I met up with Kelly - I was cold the whole day. Then Sunday was very pleasant but Monday was cold, grey and windy. Luckily, I only pack away the thickest of cardigans so I still have a few warm ones in the wardrobe. Just as well as one was needed on Monday.
Tuesday was a warmer day but still cloudy and grey. I had a busy day running errands here, there and everywhere. My blanket is about half way done:
I want to have it finished by the time I next go to Ireland so I can start a new one whilst I'm there.
I went to town today without a jacket or coat and was warm in this outfit. Everything is charity shopped. Skirt is by Phase Eight; top by M&S, sea green cardigan; Per Una at M&S. Mary Jane's charity shopped in Ely almost a year ago.
All jewellery charity shopped. The ring was bought on my rummage in Kempston last Thursday and the necklace is from the Red Cross shop last Monday. Earrings are from Sainsbury's and have to be at least 7 or 8 years old...
I still haven't got round to steaming the coat but here it is:
This is the button detail on the sleeve. I love it. I think I might wear it on Saturday evening to the reunion - what do you think?
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|Manual para ser una Chica del Bosque (aunque vivas en la ciudad)|
Antes de empezar, quiero deciros que blogspot no me deja comentar en casi ningÃºn blog, estoy buscando por internet como solucionar el problema, si a alguien le pasa lo mismo o sabe como solucionarlo, le estarÃa muy agradecida si me ayudara...
Muchas las que hemos nacido y vivimos en la ciudad o en el pueblo y las que sin embargo sentimos que nuestro corazÃ³n pertenece a los Bosques. Como puede una mujer que vive una vida normal, en la ciudad, que se levanta para trabajar en una oficina, tener ese algo de la magia de los bosques?
En JapÃ³n existen las Mori Girls, que traducido significan Chicas del Bosque que viviendo en la ciudad sus vidas normales han cambiado su estilo de vida, su manera de sentir, de vestir para transformarlas en las que serÃan si ellas vivieran en el bosque.
He recogido esa informaciÃ³n de muchas fuentes y he preparado este pequeÃ±o compendio en espaÃ±ol ya que hasta ahora no existe para inspiraros a aquellas que como yo tienen su alma en un lugar mÃ¡s verde, mÃ¡s salvaje y hermoso... el Bosque.
Hay algunas cosas de las que he leÃdo que no me han gustado, muchas chicas se toman lo de ser una Chica del Bosque como una moda, una manera de vestir, entre las cosas que he leÃdo estÃ¡ por ejemplo "tener una constituciÃ³n delgada" cosa que me ha dejado con la boca abierta, quiero decir acaso el sentirse del Bosque tiene que ver con el peso? JAMAS!! Eso estÃ¡ en el corazÃ³n. Quisiera aclarar que aunque escriba este artÃculo dando una serie de parÃ¡metros es por darle un aspecto prÃ¡ctico y a la vez juguetÃ³n, pero el Bosque estÃ¡ en nuestro corazÃ³n :)
ESTILO DE VIDA
Las Chicas del Bosque viven su vida como si se tratara de un cuento de Hadas, Â¿como vivirÃas con un estado de Ã¡nimo totalmente apacible?
Disfrutando al ver como pasas de una a otra estaciÃ³n?
QuizÃ¡ preparando maravillosas meriendas, tomando el tÃ© y cocinando deliciosos pasteles...
Compra tu TÃ© online AQUÃ
Paseando en bicicleta o paseando, siempre con una cÃ¡mara de fotos en la mano...
Leyendo libros repletos de historias ymaravillosas ilustraciones... Conoceis a Los Duendes del Reloj? es un blog lleno de historias con el bosque y las Hadas como protagonistas...
Aprendiendo de la Naturaleza, cultivando un pequeÃ±o jardÃn y /o huerto en el balcÃ³n.
Coleccionando cosas bonitas , cajas de mÃºsica, bolas de nieve, cuentos, fotografÃas Â¿quÃ© es lo que te gusta, quÃ© te hace sonreÃr? colecciÃ³nalo y sÃ© feliz!! ^:^
Viviendo sencillamente, de manera natural....
QuÃ© mÃºsica te inspira el bosque? QuizÃ¡ Agnes Obel?
APRENDE A TEJER FÃCILMENTE AQUÃ!
O harÃas tus propias conservas?
APRENDE A HACER TUS PROPIAS CONSERVAS AQUÃ!
Las Mujeres del Bosque se sienten de maravilla en las tiendas de decoraciÃ³n y de menaje, entre hermosas tazas, teteras, manteles y cortinas...
TambiÃ©n en las tiendas vintage y de antigÃ¼edades...
busca en su bolsillo seguro que encuentras un pequeÃ±o reloj...
Y sobretodo disfruta la vida y de este maravilloso planeta en que vivimos, estÃ¡ lleno de maravillas ocultas, disfruta de cada pequeÃ±o momento: quÃ© bien huele el cafÃ©! como te estremeces bajo la ducha cuando el agua corre por tu espalda!! que bien saben los tomates!
Nuestro mundo estÃ¡ lleno de maravillas....
COMO ES LA "MODA" EN EL BOSQUE
El cabello natural, corto, largo, liso o rizado pero natural, adornado con un lazo o una diadema...arreglos de mariposas, fresas o cerezasquedarÃ¡n maravillosos tambiÃ©n... los flequillos cortitos quedan muy de cuento, y te hacen sentir protagonista de una maravillosa historia...
AquÃ teneis unas fotografÃas con tutoriales para peinaros como autÃ©nticas Hadas del Bosque
LA ROPA Y EL MAQUILLAJE
Lo importante es que sea todo natural y mÃ¡gico a la vez...
Maquillaje natural, o ausencia de Ã©l, pero quedan tan de cuento las mejillas sonrosadas ^:^ tal vez algo de colorete rosa?
Vestir en los preciosos colores de la tierra, ocres, marrones, blancos, verdes...y el precioso burdeos, hacen sentir y sientan tan bien!!
Guardan sus pertenencias en bolsos de piel (yo usarÃ© imitaciÃ³n ^:^)
Como buena mujer de los bosques, ama los animales y por tanto tambiÃ©n los motivos de animales en la ropa: erizos, ciervos, mapaches, osos....
Lo mismo que los motivos de dulces y pasteles, ya que la Mujer del Bosque se refugia en su cabaÃ±a al caer la tarde para cocinar sus maravillosas tartas!!!
AQUÃ teneis 50 patrones de delantales!!!
Los motivos de flores tanto retro como liberty nos bendicen con las virtudes y la energÃa de la esencia de los bosques.
La Mujer del Bosque como huele? a flores? a Bayas? a cerezas? Como hueles?
Los leotardos y leggings son superconfortables y divertidos
Teneis muchas mÃ¡s ideas ojeando la revista Spoon
Descargadla gratis AQUI (ABRIL 2011)
AQUÃ (FEBRERO 2011)
OjalÃ¡ os haya gustado ^:^yo he aprendido mucho mientras buscaba la informaciÃ³n y escribÃa... muchas cosas se me han quedado en el tintero... pero ya se estaba alargando mucho ^:^
En mi nuevo blog: Oh! My Windy Woods! teneis cositas para Mujeres del Bosque, hace poco que la abrÃ asÃ que estÃ¡ un poco vacÃa, pero poco a poco espero llenarla de musgo magia, erizos y luciÃ©rnagas .... De momento teneis algunas cositas nuevas que he hecho estos dÃas, como las Mariposas para Orejas...
Y pequeÃ±as criaturas mÃ¡gicas...
Estais invitadas a tomar un te!!
Como siempre me teneis aquÃ : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jeg er en robot...||Jeg har ihvertfall lenge lurt pÃ¥ det...|
Som en ustoppelig maskin vandrer jeg hvilelÃ¸st gjennom hverdagen. Hver dag er lik:
Kl 5:03 - Blomsterprinsen (snart 3 Ã¥r) mener det er morgen, for lengst...
Kl 5:48 - Etter 45 minutt med beinharde forhandlinger har husets herre endelig klart Ã¥ overbevise sÃ¸nnen om at det tross alt er natt.
Kl 5:55 - Etter 7 deilige minutt pÃ¥ puten ringer vekkerklokken. Tro det eller ei... Jo det er faktisk morgen!
Kl 6:05 - Blomsterfamilien kjÃ¸lhales mer eller mindre ufrivillig inn pÃ¥ badet.
Kl 6:06 - Blomsterstjernen trenger minst en time i dusjen for Ã¥ vÃ¥kne.
Kl 6:15 - Verdens hurtigste time er unnagjort, gjerne avbrutt av barn som har bÃ¦sjet, dunket seg eller som vil vÃ¦re med i dusjen uten Ã¥ fÃ¥ verken vann eller sÃ¥pe i Ã¸ynene.
Kl 6:59 - Etter 3 kvarter med latter, grÃ¥t og trass er barna endelig pÃ¥kledd, flidd og tannpusset.
Kl 7:08 - Mor og far er fremdeles i en slags krepp-papir-forfatning i det man forlater huset.
Kl 7:13 - Ankomst barnehagen. Barna avleveres pÃ¥ fineste manÃ©r.
Et kyss, et klapp og en klem eller to. Et obligatorisk lite vink i dÃ¸ren. Og fÃ¸r man vet ord av det legger man pÃ¥ fullt firsprang etter bussen. En buss som konsekvent er for sen nÃ¥r man er tidlig og for tidlig nÃ¥r man er sen...
Ja sÃ¥ jobber vi gjerne litt, drar hjem igjen, henter i barnehagen, lager middag, rydder kjÃ¸kken, ser barne-tv, lager kvelds til barna, steller dem, leser barnebok, synger 3-4 godnattsanger, legger pÃ¥ firsprang ut dÃ¸ren for litt personlig moro, har personlig moro, gjÃ¸r seg ferdig med personlig moro, kommer alt for sent hjem etter personlig moro, sjekker at ytterdÃ¸ren er lÃ¥st, lager kvelds, spiser kvelds mens man ser pÃ¥ Plane Crash Investigators, dobbelsjekker at ytterdÃ¸ren er lÃ¥st, smugleser BoligDrÃ¸m pÃ¥ do, benytter seg av bÃ¥de "Blomsterstjernen oppe"- og "Blomsterstjernen nede"-klutene, trippelsjekker at ytterdÃ¸ren er lÃ¥st, gÃ¥r til sengs, spretter opp igjen for Ã¥ firpel-sjekke at ytterdÃ¸ren virkelig er helt lÃ¥st, for sÃ¥ Ã¥ ligge med halvÃ¥pne Ã¸yne natten gjennom i pÃ¥vente av at klokken igjen skal slÃ¥ 5:03...
Hadde jeg ikke vist bedre hadde jeg sagt at dette var dÃ¸gnrytmen til en robot..?
Og kanskje jeg heller ikke vet bedre?
Man vet jo aldri?!?
Men akkurat i sÃ¥nne situasjoner er det svÃ¦rt godt Ã¥ fÃ¥ en bekreftelse fra eksterne, helt uavhengige kilder. Og det fÃ¥r jeg heldigvis til gagns i bloggeverden. Hver bidige dag, flere ganger daglig...
Tja... Det er sikkert mange som lurer pÃ¥ hvorfor Blomsterstjernen sÃ¥ sjelden er inne og kommenterer andre sine blogginnlegg? Er han bare en selvopptatt herremann som kun interesserer seg for sitt eget ve og vel? Bryr han seg ikke om sine medbloggere? Ã joda! Han har dere alle akk sÃ¥ kjÃ¦r... Tidsmangel er vel kanskje hovedÃ¥rsaken, men det er ogsÃ¥ en ganske annen faktor som svÃ¦rt ofte spiller inn. Han klarer faktisk ikke Ã¥ publisere sine Ã¸nskede kommentarer! Og det har sin enkle grunn! Han kommer rett og slett ikke gjennom robot-kontrollen...
Ja hva er det de kaller det igjen?
Ikke vet jeg.
Men dere kjenner sikkert meget godt til denne kontrollen man ofte mÃ¥ gjennom for Ã¥ bevise at man ikke er en robot som bare skal "tulle-blogge"? Blomsterstjernen havner ihvertfall i fellen hver bidige gang... Hans bevismateriale er til stadighet alt for tynt...
Bare se min samling av avviste kommentarforsÃ¸k fra siste halvtime:
I hele 11 av 10 tilfeller blir Blomsterstjernen avvist. Det er med andre ord ofte helt umulig Ã¥ fÃ¥ kommentert andre sine blogger. Dere aner ikke hvor mange gull-, sÃ¸lv- og bronsekorn dere gÃ¥r glipp av - utelukkende pga denne strenge, tussete kamasutra-kontrollen!
Men, men. Blomsterstjernen er visst ikke den eneste som sliter med dette problemet... PÃ¥ nettet florerer det av blogginnlegg om folk som klager over disse tilsynelatende unÃ¸dvendige, irriterende, avanserte robot-kontrollene.
"Jeg er ikke en robot!!!" skriker en hel bloggverden i munnen pÃ¥ hverandre, sÃ¥ blekket spruter...
Men Blomsterstjernen vender heller det andre kinn...
I motsetning til alle disse som velger Ã¥ klage, velger han heller Ã¥ innse realiteten:
I sterk kontrast til Marina...
Ja ho med adle diamantane...
Og nÃ¥r alt kommer til alt er det kanskje like greit at brorparten av alle hans ord-forvridde kommentarer ikke kommer gjennom sensuren? Det er en mening med alt...
Maskinell stivbent helge-hilsen fra en som faktisk trives godt som robot (leses med robotstemme):
P.S. Det er sikkert noen nÃ¥ som godtroende antar at denne Blomsterstjernen drar pÃ¥ forlystelseshus hver bidige kveld? Syv ganger i uken? Gid det hadde vÃ¦rt sÃ¥ vel. Jeg mÃ¥ nok dessverre skuffe dere. Under gjÃ¸remÃ¥let "personlig moro" finner man snarere saker som; Ã¸ving med poporkester, heseblesende blogging, hyggelig konesamvÃ¦r, pÃ¥tvunget husvask gjerne i kombinasjon med omorganisering av konemors interiÃ¸r. Fra tid til annen drar han selvsagt ogsÃ¥ pÃ¥ maskerte rekognoseringsturer i inn- og utmark.
P.P.S. Er det egentlig lov til Ã¥ forfatte blogginnlegg helt fritt for julestoff sÃ¥pass sent i desember? Hva sier bloggepolitiet?!? Men vi roboter trenger av og til et lite avbrekk. Bare et Ã¸rlite ett...
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|Tudo comeÃ§ou num Boquete Inesperado|
A Historia que vou contar Ã© verdadeira e, embora pareÃ§a improvÃ¡vel, aconteceu comigo de maneira surpreendente. Ao longo de meus relacionamentos ocorreram vÃ¡rias situaÃ§Ãµes relacionadas e igualmente curiosas. Irei relatÃ¡-las Ã medida que os leitores demonstrarem interesse. Bem, em certa Ã©poca de minha vida, apÃ³s ter sofrido alguns desenganos, acabei ficando meio deprimido e chateado por algum tempo, o que me levou a procurar algo para preencher o vazio que estava sentindo. Como dois de meus irmÃ£o eram religiosos naquela Ã©poca, resolvi procurar a mesma igreja para tentar preencher tal vazio. Foi uma Ã©poca muito boa de minha vida. SÃ³ nÃ£o esperava que iria ter uma experiÃªncia nada religiosa a esta altura da vida! ApÃ³s algum tempo na igreja, comecei a procurar alguma garota para estabelecer um relacionamento que fosse exemplar na congregaÃ§Ã£o e gozasse de boa reputaÃ§Ã£o, assim como Ã© recomendado pelos lÃderes da igreja. Bem, apÃ³s algum tempo escolhendo e conversando com as pessoas para pegar referencias cheguei a minha decisÃ£o! Ela era magra, muito bonita, lindos cabelos lisos que lhe chegavam Ã cintura, com uma reputaÃ§Ã£o acima de qualquer suspeita!!! Todos diziam que se tratava de alguÃ©m que era religiosa desde a infÃ¢ncia e muito dedicada! Bem, apÃ³s algum tempo de cortejo e muitas recomendaÃ§Ãµes por parte de todos! Iniciamos o namoro. A religiÃ£o era muito sÃ©ria e nÃ³s Ã©ramos incentivados a jamais sairmos sozinhos, nÃ£o nos beijar em pÃºblico e etc. Sexo entÃ£o! AtÃ© pensar era pecado! Tudo ia muito bem e eu jÃ¡ havia passado pelo pior perÃodo da abestinencia. Agora tudo estava bem suportÃ¡vel. AtÃ© a masturbaÃ§Ã£o era um recurso pouco utilizado naquela Ã©poca. AtÃ© que um belo dia nÃ³s saÃmos com uns amigos e, na volta eles acabaram nÃ£o podendo voltar com a gente por causa de uns problemas e acabamos tendo que voltar sozinhos para casa. Para mim nÃ£o teria problemas, pois a distancia era curta e logo eu a entregaria em casa sÃ£ e salva. Ela ficou meio constrangida, relutou um pouco, mas como nÃ£o havia outra saÃda, optou por voltarmos sozinhos mesmo. Bem, atÃ© aÃ tudo lindo. Eu todo feliz com a minha âandorinhaâ toda puritana e virgem que sÃ³ fazia o que era correto e se guardava para o dia em que seria apenas minha! Assim como ditavam as regras! Entramos no carro conversando, alegres. Coloquei uma musiquinha. Passei a mÃ£o direita pelo pescoÃ§o dela enquanto dirigia com a mÃ£o esquerda, e puxei ela um pouquinho para se aconchegar no meu ombro enquanto eu dirigia. Derrepente ela olha para mim com o aquele olho assustado e diz: NÃ£o!... Eu, inocentemente, imaginando que ela estava pensando na sua reputaÃ§Ã£o (jÃ¡ estÃ¡vamos sozinhos, ainda por cima abraÃ§ados!?) insisti com um sorriso. _Vem cÃ¡...nÃ£o tem nada de mais... EntÃ£o, ao invÃ©s de por a cabeÃ§a no meu ombro ela se deita no meu colo, coloca a mÃ£o no meu pau, por cima da calÃ§a e comeÃ§a a massageÃ¡-lo! Imaginem o meu susto! A garota mais puritana da igreja! Que nunca tinha chegado nem perto de um homem!!!... Fiquei meio desconcertado, sem saber o que fazer. Mas depois de tanto tempo em branco, a vontade falava mais forte e eu deixei para ver no que dava. Comecei a fazer carinho nos seus cabelos e ela muito tranquilamente tentou abaixar o zÃpper da calÃ§a, mas nÃ£o conseguiu devido a minha posiÃ§Ã£o. NÃ£o acreditava no que estava acontecendo! Levantei um pouco o corpo, abri o zÃpper e desabotoei a calÃ§a, porÃ©m nÃ£o tirei ele para fora. Nem precisou. Ela enfiou a mÃ£o por baixo da minha cueca, tirou o danado para fora e, sem fazer muita cerimÃ´nia, abocanhou a cabecinha e comeÃ§ou a brincar com a lÃngua bem devagarzinho. Eu fiquei louco! Fui aos cÃ©us! Depois de tanta fissura eu estava sendo chupado divinamente por aquele delicinha de menina! Ela chupava muito bem, brincando com a lÃngua em volta da cabecinha. Tirava da boca e passava a lÃngua por toda a extensÃ£o, colocava a cabecinha na boca enquanto batia uma punheta bem de vagarzinho, depois segurava na base e enfiava tudo na boca! Comecei a me animar e enfiei a mÃ£o por dentro a roupa dela, apertei seus peitos deliciosos por cima do sutian, depois puxei eles para baixo para poder brincar a vontade! Estava tudo uma delÃcia! Eu preocupado com os carros que passavam do lado e ela nem aÃ. Toda sua concentraÃ§Ã£o estava em me proporcionar uma bela chupada! Acariciei bastante seus peitos, passei a mÃ£o na sua cintura e, fui deslizando atÃ© enfiar a mÃ£o na parte trazeira de sua calÃ§a. Ela usava uma calÃ§a bege clara que era amarrada na cintura por um barbante (era modinha naquela Ã©poca). Soltei o barbante, enfiei a mÃ£o e ela deu uma paradinha e reclamou, mas nÃ£o convenceu em nada...eu disse pra ficar tranqÃ¼ila e ela logo voltou a me chupar divinamente. Que delicia, passei a mÃ£o naquela bundinha deliciosa, inicialmente por cima da calcinha. Acariciei aquele montinho gostoso da sua bucetinha e notei que ela jÃ¡ estava completamente molhada! Lentamente coloquei a mÃ£o por dentro da calcinha, ela nÃ£o disse nada entÃ£o continuei, passei a mÃ£o na danadinha, acariciei seu clitÃ³ris bem de levinho e em seguida procurei enfiar o dedo mÃ©dio bem de levinho. Foi aÃ que constatei o que ela jÃ¡ havia dito. Ela era virgem! Mas como uma virgem que nunca ficou com ninguÃ©m aprendeu a chupar daquele jeito??? Bem, naquele momento isto nÃ£o era a minha maior preocupaÃ§Ã£o. Deslizei a mÃ£o para o seu reguinho, acariciei seu anelzinho bem de leve, ela nÃ£o reclamou, entÃ£o fiquei ali mais um pouquinho atÃ© conseguir enfiar a pontinha do dedo. Neste momento nÃ£o agÃ¼entava mais de tezÃ£o, queria gozar! Tirei a mÃ£o de dentro de sua calÃ§a, peguei em seus cabelos e comecei a forÃ§ar a sua cabeÃ§a para fazer movimentos mais profundos e mais rÃ¡pidos! Ela assustou um pouco no comeÃ§o mas eu disse para agÃ¼entar e disse que era para ela engolir tudo. Ela quis reclamar mas eu fiz de conta que fiquei meio bravo e como eu ainda a segurava pelo cabelo, virei sua cabeÃ§a novamente em direÃ§Ã£o ao danado e empurrei com forÃ§a pedindo para ela abrir a boca. Ela fez um pouquinho de resistÃªncia mas logo voltou a chupar divinamente! Neste momento eu nÃ£o agÃ¼entei! Acelerei os movimentos como se estivesse metendo na boca dela e gozei! Gozei maravilhosamente! E gozei muiito!!! Ela fez gesto de querer tirar da boca mas eu nÃ£o deixei. Segurei sua cabeÃ§a e continuei com o pau na boca dela, terminando de gozar....falei pra ela que queria que ela engolisse tudo e ela obedeceu direitinho! Engoliu tudo. AtÃ© um pouquinho que escorreu no canto da boca, eu pedi para ela passar o dedo e chupar e ela obedeceu com uma carinha que quase me deixou de pinto duro de novo!!! A esta altura estÃ¡vamos chegando no bairro e nos recompomos rapidamente para entrar no bairro. NÃ£o conversamos muito. SÃ³ disse que foi delicioso e logo a deixei em frente a sua casa. Fui embora sem entender como ela podia ter feito aquilo, e confesso que naquele momento atÃ© fiquei com um pouco de peso na consciÃªncia, mas o que mais me encabulava era como e onde ela aprendeu aquilo! Uma coisa eu tinha certeza: aquela moÃ§a toda recatada e exemplar poderia atÃ© ser virgem, mas jÃ¡ tinha aprendido muita coisa! Inocente era a Ãºltima coisa que ela poderia ser! Bem, apÃ³s este acontecimento meu interesse por ela mudou completamente! Afinal ela havia traÃdo minha confianÃ§a quando disse que jamais havia ficado com um homem. Era Ã³bvio que isso nÃ£o era verdade! Passei entÃ£o a querer descobrir qual era a sua verdadeira histÃ³ria! DaÃ pra frente nossos encontros foram ficando mais e mais quente, nossas carÃcias aumentavam cada vez mais e eu jÃ¡ chupava aquela bucetinha virgem e enfiava meu dedo naquele cuzinho fazendo-a gemer e sussurrar, mas o cabacinho dela continuava intacto pois sÃ³ admitia perdÃª-lo quando se casasse e eu respeitei. Ficamos um bom tempo namorando atÃ© que resolvemos nos casar. JÃ¡ casados fomos para nossa lua de mel onde eu pude finalmente depois de dar um belo trato, mandar aquele selinho da xana dela pro espaÃ§o. Gozamos muito na nossa primeira noite real de amor e nos entendemos muito bem na cama atÃ© os dias de hoje, mas o que ela gosta e gosta muito mesmo Ã© que eu derrame todo o meu leitinho na boca dela, que engole tudo atÃ© nÃ£o sobrar nenhuma gota. Atualmente nÃ£o somos mais evangÃ©licos.
J.C â NilÃ³polis - RJ
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No Ãºltimo conto, contei como comecei a me transformar numa putinha, graÃ§as a minha amiga Paula. Bom o que passo a contar agora, Ã© mais uma aventura que vivi por causa da minha amiga. Comentei com a Paula que tinha ouvido uns amigos nossos da escola comentarem que foram numa boite erÃ³tica, onde as meninas danÃ§avam nuas ou semi nuas. Para minha surpesa a Paula disse que tambÃ©m conhecia uma boite assim, onde as meninas depois de certa hora faziam de tudo lÃ¡ mesmo com os clientes. Perguntei como ela sabia disso e ela me respondeu que jÃ¡ tinha ido lÃ¡ algumas vezes. JÃ¡ tinha me esquecido como a Paula era vadia. Mas aquilo me excitou e disse a ela que tinhas vontade de um dia ir tambÃ©m. Ela me deu umas dicas, do tipo, sÃ³ fazer algo lÃ¡ dentro mesmo, para nÃ£o sair dali com clientes pois a casa nÃ£o se responsabiizava. Marcamos uma quinta feira, onde eu disse que dormiria na casa dela e ela na minha, assim nossos pais nÃ£o nos chateariam. Com ajuda da Paula, escolhi uma mini saia preta com mini blusa sem sutiÃ£ e por baixo uma calcinha branca fio dental. A Paula foi de vestidinho vermelho, bem sexy, sem soutien e com uma calcinha fio dental vermelha.
Eu tremia quando entramos. Muitas garotas jÃ¡ desfilavam de lingerie e eram alisadas pelos homens. Passamos por um corredor cheio de garotos bonitos e fui muito alisada, a Paula mais safada ria e passava a mÃ£o nos paus deles. O lugar tava bem cheio e perdi a Paula de vista. Fui para um canto e fiquei meio sem saber o que fazer. No meu lado estava um cara sentado, com a cabeÃ§a virada para trÃ¡s com cara de muito prazer. Olhei para baixo da mesa e entendi, havia uma garota so de calcinha chupando o cara. Assim quieta num canto percebi o clima do lugar, pois vÃ¡rias garotas chupavam os caras e poucas como eu, ainda estavam de roupa, algumas sentavam-se no colo deles e eram penetradas. Fui me excitando cada vez mais. Logo apÃ³s vejo a Paula sÃ³ de calcinha vinda na minha direÃ§Ã£o com um cara atrÃ¡s segurando seus seios e outro do lado alisando sua xota. Ela vira e diz: Aninha me ajuda aqui que o terceiro ta vindo., Eis que surge outro tambem alisando ela. A Paula tira minha mini blusa e minha saia me deixando de sÃ³ de calcinha tambÃ©m. Eu estava super excitada e sentia minha xana molhadinha. Um deles me vendo semi nua, veio para cima de mim e jÃ¡ caiu de boca nos meus seios fazendo-me sentar no banco, deixando-me com minha boca na altura da cintura dele, que de imediato abaixou o zÃper da calÃ§a colocando um monumental cacete para fora , oferecendo-me parachupÃ¡-lo. Como eu nÃ£o reagi, ele disse que jÃ¡ havia combinado o preÃ§o e acertado com a minha amiga (lembre-se que nÃ£o estÃ¡vamos ali pelo dinheiro, atÃ© por que somos patricinhas e nÃ£o precisamos, mas tinhamos que disfarÃ§ar). Sem perder mais tempo e com o tesÃ£o que eu estava, cai de boca naquele cacetÃ£o e chupei ele todo. Olhei para olado e vi que a Paula ja tinha sua calcinha puxada para o lado e cavalgava um dos caras, enquanto chupava o outro. Vendo a cena meu tesÃ£o aumentou ainda mais e comecei a chupar o que estava comigo com mais tesÃ£o ainda. Percebendo o meu estado, o cara que eu tava chupando resolveu sentar e pediu para eu cavalga-lo tambÃ©m, o que fiz logo que ele colocou uma camisinha. Nisso um outro garoto com cara de bem novo veio pro meu lado e me ofereceu o cacete para mim chup-alo, o que fiz, mas ele devia ser bem inexperiente, pois logo gozou, enchendo minha boca de gozo. O que me penetrava vendo a cena, tambÃ©m gozou. Assim como os dois que estavam com a Paula gozaram tambÃ©m. Terminada a foda, eu e Paula fomos atÃ© o banheiro, onde haviam outras mulheres se limpando e comentando sobre a transa que acabaram e de ter. Nos limpamos, retocamos a maquiagem e somente de calcinha, retornamos para o salÃ£o, onde conhecemos novos caras e transamos mais algumas vezes. LÃ¡ pelas tantas da madruga eu e Paula, apÃ³s muitos gozos resolvemos ir embora. Eu ainda preservava a minha calcinha, mas a Paula perdeu a dela. Fomos atÃ© o banheiro, nos limpamos, vestimos nossas roupas e saÃmos em direÃ§Ã£o a um hotelzinho que tinha nas proximidades, jÃ¡ que nÃ£o podÃamos voltar para a nossa casa, senÃ£o nossa mentirinha seria descoberta. JÃ¡ no hotel, ao contarmos o dinheiro que ganhamos, atÃ© nos surpreendemos pelo alto valor e passamos a entender o porque que muitas amigas nossas, tornaram-se garotas de programas, pois em trÃªs horas que ficamos na boate, eu e Paula arrecadamos mais de quinhentos reais, mas como disse, nÃ£o precisÃ¡vamos e nem precisamos vender nossos corpos, pois fomos ali por uma nova experiÃªncia e nos satisfazermos. Eu disse a Paula que aquela tinha sido minha maior loucura, mas que deixou-me bastante satisfeita, embora eu nÃ£o tenha conseguido gozar. Paula disse que estava cheia de tesÃ£o tambÃ©m, pois tambÃ©m nÃ£o gozara e caso eu topasse poderÃamos experimentar algo novo e nos aliviar mutuamente. Entendi a insinuaÃ§Ã£o e disse que por mim tudo bem e passei para a cama dela, onde passamos a nos tocar e nos chupar atÃ© que ela me fez gozar e eu a ela. Satisfeitas e saciadas nesta nossa primeira experiÃªncia bi, relaxamos e dormimos abraÃ§adinhas, despertando por volta das oito da manha. EntÃ£o levantamos e fomos juntinhas tomar um banho, onde nos tocamos, nos beijamos e gozamos novamente. Surgia ali uma dupla implacÃ¡vel e insaciÃ¡vel na matÃ©ria sexo e daÃ pra frente tivemos muitras experiÃªncias novas, com outras mulheres, casais, travestis e homens, muitos homens, mas sempre fechando as relaÃ§Ãµes, comigo e ela transando para o deleite de nossos fikantes.
Ana Carolina â ItaguaÃ - RJ
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|Beer, Music & Getting To Know Each Other|
You must remember this?
Once upon a time there was a boy. Once upon a time there was a girl. Both were fond of beer. Beer was simple and easy - no commitments. Given so many types, there is always something for everyone. And you never drink beer to get drunk; you drink beer to drink beer. Of all the beer joints, in all the towns, in all the world, they walk into this one. Two tall glasses of foggy weiss in front of them, the concoction still retaining the character of the grain it was made from, and the continuous effervescence making it look like an abstract display piece with a hypnotic magical potion swirling inside. Smiles, sips, and a little chit-chat. All three of which serve little or nothing towards "getting to know each other."
It is a confused term, really. Getting to know each other. If they are getting to knowing each other, well, when are they going to get there? And what are they going to know after they get there? And what are they going to do after they know they got there? And if they have gotten to it, what happens when there is nothing else to know? The term suffers from an extra preposition and an extra verb. It should be distilled down to just... getting each other. There's nothing more, either they get it or they don't.
Once upon a time there was a boy. Once upon a time there was a girl. Both got this.
A kiss is still a kiss.
A sigh is just a sigh.
The fundamental things apply
Once upon a time there was a boy. Once upon a time there was a girl. Both were fond of music. The boy and the girl both collected music, making playlists as they swam through life. It was as if music gave a soundtrack to their lives - important events, people - in a life otherwise only filled with background noise. The songs aged and matured as their surrounding evolved, with them. And curating music with someone made it all the more special.
When this boy and this girl met, the boy asked if he could propose a song. The girl asked which one. The boy extended "As Time Goes By". The girl said, "I think it is the beginning of a great playlist."
And when two lovers woo
They still say I love you
Moonlight and lovesongs never out of date
Once upon a time there was a boy. Once upon a time there was a girl. Both got this.
|Durbhaagya Haider ka (Kashmir ka rajkumar)|
Note 1: It is after a long time that I want to write about an (Indian) movie!
Note 2: Considering that Haider is adapted from a well-known (and arguably the most famous) Shakespearean play, The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, I will go easy with spoilers and without warning. And for those unfamiliar with tragedies by Shakespeare, spoiler alert, everybody dies.
I knew Vishal Bhardwaj has a fetish for Shakespeare. Haider is the final installment of his trilogy spanning Maqbool (Macbeth) and Omkara (Othello) before this. Shakespeare's influence on him is also evident in his outings not based on plays, most notably in Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola, and less visibly in 7 khoon maaf, and Ishqiya among others. But this is also a man who truly loves cinema and adores the medium. So much that the characters of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern from the original play are depicted as Salman and Salman, a duo which run a VHS rental store, idling their time away to the moves of Salman Khan, the rising superstar from the 1990s. It is a fitting tribute to the time and place in which Vishal Bhardwaj grew up as a filmmaker.
I mention this because I wager this man is heavily influenced in his style by another man who adores cinema, Quentin Tarantino, a director famous for his revenge epics. With all the bloody gruesomeness that leaves its trail along a saga of revenge, the conflicts, the deliberations, the mess - how cool is it that our home-grown director does homage to Tarantino's trademark trunk shot and ends Haider with a sampling
Set in the mid-1990s in Kashmir, the story embeds itself flawlessly in the setting, rather than it just being a background setup for the events adapted from the original play.
Jhelum, jhelum dhoonde kinara
Jhelum, jhelum dhoonde kinara
Dooba sooraj, kin aankhon mein
Sooraj dooba, kin aankhon mein
Jhelum huya khaara
This has to be Shahid Kapoor's highlight performance of his career yet. I was skeptical about this casting choice from the trailers, but boy was I wrong. The amount of preparation he put behind this role shows. The monologue scene in front of an audience at the town square is exaggerated just the right amount, and the execution of the play-within-a-play exposition scene from the original is neat. His costumes, makeup, body language, all fit together seamlessly as he owns his character.
Hai ki hai nahi, bas yehi sawaal hai
Aur sawaal ka jawab bhi sawaal hai.
Dil ki agar sunoon to hai, dimaag ki to hai nahin
Jaan loon ki jaan doon, mai rahoon ki mai nahin.
And what a find Shraddha Kapoor is! Elegant, charming, poised, controlled, absolutely not afraid to let her eyes to the talking, and leaves you yearning for more. I wish I was there to see her keeping a straight face as she mispronounces 'loved' as 'love-edd' as they were filming it! I, for one, definitely want to see her do meaningful roles in the future. Irrfan Khan delivers a spirited punch during his meager screen time, playing the ghost from the play.
But the highlight performance in the movie has to be Tabu's, arguably her career's best, atleast in a very long time. A delight she is as she sets the screen on fire bringing her character to life. There is a scene in which she is trying to convince Haider to leave Kashmir for a better future. With her teary, swollen eyes, and a gun pointed to her head, she ultimately gets her way. I cannot imagine another actress from around here who can pull that off with such elegance.
"Vaishi bhediyaa ban chuka hai wo."
"Shukr hai aasteen ka saanp nahi banaa."
Vishal Bhardwaj, with his direction and music (for Gulzar's excellent lyrics), tops himself. Being true to the source material and still making it his own, he comes out triumphant. He is at the top of his game here. Kashmir has been shot so delicately! (I want to go there ASAP! And we we don't need foreign locations!) The gravedigger scene, in particular, is the crowning jewel, a scene which drips with his love and affection for his craft.
Arre aao na, ki jaan gayi, jahaan gaya, kho jaao
Arre aao na, ke thak gayi, hai zindagi, so jaao
I might have profusely appreciated the movie thus far, but the movie is not without its gripes. I'll start with the anachronisms. In one of the best and most important scenes in the movie, the play-within-a-play scene, there is a mobile cellular tower prominently visible throughout in the background. Forgetting for a moment that we did not have cellular networks in the 1990s, its presence is distracting. I would have expected this to come up in post-processing/editing, especially when a viewer is able to catch it in first viewing. This is the kind of attention-to-detail I would expect from a director of his caliber. Then, to depict Bangalore, they used footage of the iconic Domlur flyover here. Again, its construction hadn't started as late as 2003, and the footage of sprawling flyovers plastered suddenly coming from the valleys of Kashmir moments ago is jarring to say the least.
Also, in my opinion, the Oedipus aspects of the play were overplayed in the movie. It wasn't necessary. Not as much. But my major complaint is how they handled the character of Ophelia. Transforming it into a childhood love, and having scenes of brimming romance between Haider and Arshia feels out-of-place in a Shakespearean revenge epic such as Hamlet.
But hey, the movie is probably a little too "heavy" already for Indian audiences, and removing the little romance might have aggravated it, so what do I know? I am sure it took enough courage already to deal with the Censor Board's scissors and to release this film pitted against the 24,000-screens-release of multi-starrer blockbuster Bang Bang.
I can already read some negative Internet chatter around 1) The depiction of Kashmir; 2) It being a heavily political movie; and 3) "maa bete ka rishta". Please, folks, can we let art remain art? Pretty please?
I cannot recommend this movie enough. Please go watch it, something like this comes rarely in our country. Thank you Vishal Bhardwaj for making Haider.
|7 things wrong with our country|
Note 1: If you are looking for a government/politician-bashing rant, or a discussion about corruption consuming our nation, or a list which enumerates education, poverty, development et al, this post is not going to touch any of those things.
Note 2: This list is relative to things often found in other countries on most accounts.
#7 Pull-to-open bags
This is a bag of delectable chips.
This is how it should be open-able...
...so we can enjoy our chips like this...
...NOT ruined by this.
If other countries in the world can have this, why can't we?! I mean, how difficult is it?!
Just look at this. How can you not want to have this refreshing drink with lunch and dinner, and to go alongside the chips in #7. (I skipped mentioning breakfast for the risk of it being an overkill.) For most countries, bottomless coke, or for that matter, any drink other than water is offered alongwith meals by default. Water is the last thing you should be drinking, with the evolution of man.
They suck. And before you go all "T3" on me, again, they suck. Travelling, especially air-travel, should be an experience, not a punishment. Travelling by air is the pinnacle of human achievement. Think about it, you are flying at 30,000 ft, half-way across the world in less than 24 hours, at more than 900 kms per hour, while dining and watching movies along the way, even watching cat videos on youtube, and liking others' updates about their amazing lives. Not to mention the spectacular views and the perspective you get on our planet.
Airports should present it as such. It should be huge, unlike anything you might have seen before. While you wait for your flight, you should have a magnificent view of the craft from the gate, through big glass panels, so you can marvel at its sheer size, filled with a childlike wonder. Not shoved into buses which take you on a tumbling ride towards your craft. There should be enough seating, clear signs and directions. The immigration should be polite, welcoming to its own citizens, a small "Welcome home." with a smile. The security should not feel derogatory. The experience should be welcoming. It's the pinnacle of human achievement, afterall.
#4 Public Signs/Addresses
A metro station should say "metro station", an airport or a railway station should be navigable from anywhere in the city, with signs that say "Airport -> 15 kms", and a bus-stop should say "Bus Stop". It made me think when a Chinese guy visiting India asked me at a bus stop, "How do you know that the bus will stop here?", and the only response I could give was, "Ummm, because this is where everyone else is standing.". It shouldn't be this way.
And the addresses should make sense, with numbered streets and crossings. Do away with the MG roads! Use more numbers, PLEASE! This should not be how my address looks/sounds:
Opp. XYZ Hospital,
Near ABC Hotel,
Quite close to Forum mall,
Come straight from PQR Flyover, and take 2nd right, then left.
My address should look like this:
42, Lush Meadows Residence
7, Riverview Road, Bangalore.
#3 Utility stores / Vending Machines
Fewer malls, please? And more utility stores. Where I can go, pick things, pay money, and get out with minimal turnaround time. Maybe 7/11's at petrol pumps? And every other 100 meters too? And vending machines! Aaaargh. Quick turnaround time!
There are CRORES of people who go to work every day. And they want breakfast. The corn-flakes, and the dosas and the idlys, and the paratha-sabzi are okay. People need to be able to grab a bite in the mornings, and quickly. Croissants, muffins, selection of juices and sandwiches, salads, fruits, as pre-packaged take-away, available close to any means of public transport. Also, coffee. How can so many other countries get this right, except us?! I will not even touch the despicable state of our lunches and dinners, but we can always work around that. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, remember?
#1 Respect for workers
Cheap labour, right? Be kind to the people working at your house. Give the auto-waalas 20 extra bucks. Talk to them, chat with them. Listen to their stories, they have several. Make a joke or two, and see them smile. Trust them. Offer them a glass of water, tea, or food after a few hours of hard manual work by default, which shouldn't be seen as an act of generosity, but of responsibility and of respect from a person, to another. Give them gifts on festivals, give them leaves. Give them a raise when you get one. Share your happiness with them, and be a part of theirs.
So many poor Indians go abroad to work as sweepers, cleaners, carpenters, construction workers, and they do that with their heads held high, with pride. They don't want to come back. Give them that opportunity here. Make them feel that they belong, and that we are fellow-countrymen.
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Birthed out of reunion of former basketball players, the Wayne Cobb Scholarship has been established at East Central University.
Forty-five of Cobbâs players converged on ECUâs Sterling L. Williams Center on April 8 to reminisce and share stories about Cobb, the Tigersâ all-time winningest coach, during a five-hour celebration.
As a result, the Wayne Cobb Scholarship, valued now at $21,000, was created.
âThis was an opportunity to thank Wayne and donate toward the scholarship,â said Craig Kurtz, a former player under Cobb and current chief executive officer for the ECU Foundation, Inc.
Attending the event were former players and current coaches such as Phil Johnson, Jim Wooldridge, Vernell Kemp, Jeff Coleman. Bobby Shelton, Pete Papahronis and Todd Scott.
Cobb, an NAIA Hall of Famer, posted a 417-251 record in his 24-plus years as head coach of the ECU program from 1978-2003. Included in that was an appearance and subsequent runner-up finish by his Tigers in the 1989 NAIA National Championship game. His teams appeared in three other NAIA Tournaments, including two Elite Eight berths in 1996 and 1998.
He coached ECU to eight regular season conference championships, two postseason conference tournament crowns and six 20 or more win seasons.
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|SPECIAL: Airports in Ireland with the Irish Fireside and the Traveling in Ireland Podcast|
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|Kiss Me Iâm American!|
The Irish Fireside on This Week in Travel To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, I made a return appearance on the This Week in Travel Podcast. Jen, Chris, and Gary took a break from their regular travel topics to chat a bit about Ireland. We even hatch a plan to bring the Fourth of July to […]
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|Mission (just about) accomplished||I was tired when I got home from Cambodia (via Istanbul), and the last thing I really wanted to hear was that my staff were having problems in Niger and I needed to join them as soon as possible in order to rescue the mission.|
It turned out that none of the planning had been done as one team member had been confined to bed with a painful attack of gout. The other team member had arrived in Niger late after her flight was delayed by ten hours, and also stressed from her experience on the flight. Stopped at Bamako for some passengers to leave and others to join the flight, she suddenly realised her laptop was missing. In her distress she managed to persuade the crew to let her briefly disembark to chase after the departing passengers, and finding them still in the terminal she announced that her laptop was missing and she wanted everyone to open their bags. A man who'd been sitting near her (and trying unsuccessfully to chat her up for much of the flight) came forward and handed it over. He'd thought it belonged to another woman who'd got off the flight, blah, blah, blah...
Perhaps her immune system was down after the stresses of her journey, as she then fell sick with malaria and spent the next five days in bed.
So they needed me to join them much earlier than intended so as to take on some of the work. I ran around changing my flight, getting an additional few days' visa, etc (all made more difficult by the fact that all of my admin and logistics colleagues were away on a training course), and flew out to join them on the Saturday evening. Due to full hotels we were all staying in different places, so they had agreed to bring a big pile of files to me on the Sunday as preparatory reading for my intended two days out in the field visiting projects, but the taxi drivers were all on strike so I had to sit there twiddling my thumbs until an office driver got to me on the Monday morning. Laden down with the files we drove the 160km to the Dosso field office, and after the day's work I spent the evening, until midnight, on my reading. There was little else to do in any case as the hotel restaurant was closed and with no street lighting and no torch I was restricted to a beer from the hotel bar for my dinner.
The next morning I was therefore quite hungry and could hardly believe it when told that the restaurant was still closed, with the chef not expected in for another couple of hours. So I wandered out into the street, searching for somewhere selling food. As Dosso is a kind of crossroads for travellers (mostly truckers) going from Niger to Benin or Nigeria, I quickly found somewhere. No menu, just a chunk of baguette served with hot white beans, a dollop of mayonnaise and a glug of oil, but it was nicer than it sounds and a bargain at only 40Â¢.
Once in the office, I gave them the list of projects I wanted to visit so that they could make the necessary arrangements. They came back looking concerned. There had been a kidnapping of six NGO staff on the Sunday night, so apparently meetings had been held the previous day between security officers of the NGOS and the UN agencies, and the decision had been made to stop all field visits. I was also told that there was to be no movement between the country office and the field offices, so I had to stay put. With two policemen guarding my room that night!
I have to say that I felt it was all a huge overreaction; the kidnap had taken place 650km away, and as the kidnappers now had six hostages to deal with I thought it unlikely that they would be on the hunt for more. Besides, this wasn't the first kidnapping of NGO staff in Niger over the past few years. But I am not an expert on security matters, and obviously had to do what I was told in the circumstances.
Overreaction or not, it meant I couldn't carry out the work that was my reason for going to Dosso, so the next day they agreed to transport me back to Niamey.
Thankfully the other half of our planned project vists had been done a couple of days earlier so we were still able to draw some conclusions from our trip and produce a final report.
Time to go home, and although our homes are in different places the first leg of the journey, Niamey - Ouagadougou, was the same for all three so we travelled together to the airport early on the Wednesday morning. This trip hadn't done with us yet though, as we found that the aeroplane had not arrived the previous evening, and with no other flights departing Niamey that day we could not be re-routed. So we were sent back to the hotel to wait. A chance to phone my Mum, to take a dip in the pool, it wasn't all bad, but at the same time I really had been away for long enough and was keen to get home. Friday was a public holiday so I had a long weekend to look forward to.
Eventually, late afternoon, we got the call to go back to the airport; the plane had finally arrived. At check-in I was asked whether I wanted to collect my luggage in Ouagadougou or check it through to Dakar. I pointed out that as I had missed the midday connection with the Dakar flight it was a bit difficult to answer without more information on the rearranged connection. At this they looked a little confused - it turned out they hadn't thought about that so I hadn't been booked on to any new connecting flight.
After more than an hour waiting for information, I was told that unfortunately the next flight from Ouaga to Dakar was not until Friday lunchtime and so I would have to spend two nights in transit in Ouagadougou. I was not pleased but of course there was nothing I could do. In fact I was nearly removed from the Friday flight as I refused point blank to pay $50 for a transit visa, arguing that it was the airline's fault and so they would have to pay. Fine in theory but all the airline's staff were off enjoying the public holiday... But I made the flight and finally collapsed into bed at home on Friday night.
Getting things done in Africa is rarely easy but this trip had managed to really pack in the challenges.
|Carpet sellers||Istanbul's carpet salesmen are legendary. But when you know you are likely to be moving to work in a different continent within the next six months (where home could be any style of house or apartment in who-knows-what style and colour scheme) - or, if not, that you may be off back-packing round the world whilst deciding what to do next - then the temptation to buy an expensive carpet is pretty easily resisted.|
So on my initial transit through Istanbul (on the way to Kyrgyzstan) I let myself be led into a carpet shop to have a look at what they had to offer. "Just looking". I was shown carpet after carpet - from Turkey, from India, from Afghanistan, in wool, in yak hair and in silk, and in every colour under the sun. But sadly I gleaned very little information on carpets, as the salesman was more keen to impress on me how big a discount he would give me if I would go somewhere with him in his car so that he could "show me how he loved me"(!). No thank you.
However in Uzbekistan, in a carpet-making workshop in the old city of Khiva, I saw a collection of silk carpets and totally fell in love with one. If only I had somewhere settled to put it, and a spare $2,000...
Back in transit in Istanbul again, thinking no more about carpets (other than the lingering regrets over not being able to buy the one in Khiva), I was walking through a park when I found myself in conversation with a friendly Australian woman, who told me she was in Istanbul for a few months doing some jewellery design. We chatted a little, and she pointed out a few interesting historical things that we were walking past (that I would otherwise have missed), and then she asked if I'd like to see her jewellery. Well it seemed a little rude to say no. But would you believe it, her jewellery was on display in the front part of a carpet shop ... and when she invited me to sit down for a glass of apple tea it was in the carpet showroom.
Whilst I had had no idea that undercover carpet sellers were now roaming the parks disguised as friendly Australians, I have to say that the man in the shop (the Australian rapidly disappeared - presumably to hunt down more victims) was very informative, and totally agreed, when I explained my situation, that now was not the time for me to buy a carpet.
Having listened to his explanations of single -v- double knots, and the significance of the number of knots per inch, I finally asked him about prices. A very nice wool carpet, about the same size as "my" silk one in Khiva, was worth â¬1,600, he said. I told him about the carpet I had fallen in love with and he expressed total disbelief at the price - showed me a much smaller silk one in his collection priced at $11,000... He wondered if mine might have been made of cheap Chinese silk although even then it couldn't be that cheap (in fact all the silk used in the Khiva workshop is grown in Uzbekistan). I began to wonder if my guide had mis-translated 20 into 2, or if perhaps I had missed the bargain of a lifetime...
|Net-hunting with pygmies|
Indeed in the course of my week in the forest I saw only a troop of de Brazza's monkeys, a few balck-and-white colobus, and two solitary putty-nosed; apparently a couple of decades ago there would have been monkeys everywhere.
|LIFE BEHIND BARS IN CHANGI PRISON (PART 4)|
Different type of prisoners
Special Needs Prisoners
Visits can either be in person by the family or thru Televisit from a number of sites in SG.
Visit in person. Family members are allow to see the prisoners face to face but are sperated by a glass panel. They chat via intercom phone system.
Visit thru televisit. The family can go to some Cisco offices located in Jurong, Paya Lebar Toa Payoh or some other places wher ethey offer such facilities. It is like watching TV where the prisoners and family members view and speak to each other thru TV.
For Televisit, the time limit is 30 mins for face to face visit is 20 mins.
Family members are allow to give prisoners books/magazines/religious books, etc.
These materials will be screened and censored by the Prison to prevent any obscene materials or hidden messages to get pas thru to the prisoners.
Only family members are entitled to such visits. Friends who wish to see the prisoners must get the approval of the Prison Dept before they are allowed to visit. The prisoner must make this request.
Anyone who had previously been in prison are not allowed to visit any other prisoners unless they are family member as well as get the permission from Prison Dept
This could be AWP (Admirality West Prison), this is a min security prison that usually house foreigner prisoners.
Others are transferred to other HU in CPC. The new cells can house up to 8 prisoners and is twice the size of the previous 4 men cell. (Like the one in 3 Good Men movie). There is usually a mixture of racial here.
LT and ST HU are seperated. LT prisoners are housed with other LT prisoners. ST prisoners are housed with other ST prisoners.
All prisoners are eligible to be transferred as and when required for reasons varying from influence, checks, medical, etc
Pre Release HU
Why Life is Tough
You will spend time thinking about your family outside for those who are married with kids and those who have GF outside will also think of them often and reflect on one's mistake that lead to his/her imprisonment.
Some prisoners goes mad bcos of constance thoughts of their loved ones.
Some prisoners emo alot inside.
You need to know who not to offend inside and I dont mean the Wardens.
There is no freedom, you cant walk to the coffeeshop to get the coke you want, you cant walk to the foodcourt to get the Chicken rice you crazed for.
Everything is controlled and is disciplined. Your movements are also restricted and controlled.
You need to strip whenever you go for yard.
You need to sqat down whenever they are transferring you from 1 HU to another.
What Prisoners do to pass time
Some were exercise inside the cells.
Some do reading or studying
Some innovative prisoners will make board games like scrabble, chess, checkers, etc with material from the magazines and rice as glue.
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|Social Media – Stellungnahmen und Standpunkte||SchÃ¼lerInnen der Klasse 2DB der Berufsschule fÃ¼r BÃ¼rokaufleute in der MeiselstraÃe haben sich Ã¼ber den Gebrauch von Sozialen Medien und Smartphones Gedanken gemacht und eine Radiosendung gestaltet. Zu hÃ¶ren sind GesprÃ¤chsrunden und BeitrÃ¤ge zu Instragram, Facebook und Snapchat, zu Smartphone-Benutzung (beruflich und privat) sowie um deren Vor- und Nachteile. Nur, was wollen uns Social Media […]|
|All That Glitters...||It is my personal belief, that deep down inside every woman, there lies a secretly burning passion for all things that sparkle. After all, isn't that why diamonds are a girl's best friend? I believe that deep down within even the most tomboyish of girls, there is a secret lust for things that twinkle, things that shimmer, things that sparkle, shine, glitter and gleam. No? Okay, just me then...|
But seriously, ever since I was a little girl, I've been obsessed with glitter. I recall this one time, when one of my oldest friends (that means you, Leah Rossi!) and I sat in my bathroom, when we were about ten or eleven years old, collecting together all the glitter in my house that we could find. We collected up hair glitter, sparkly body spray, glittery mascara, glitter nail polish, glittery talc, shimmer face powder, you name it (remember all that 90's/early 00's stuff?)
We sampled each of the products, spraying them and puffing them and squeezing them and what have you over the bath, so that it wouldn't go all over the floor, and analysing the different types of glitter. We decided to categorize the different types, to see which was the best. There was glitter with huge shiny bits in it, glitter in tiny particles that gave more of a subtle, shimmery effect...I can still smell the glitter spray now, heady and gluey and with that note of excitement and anticipation on it- it was the spray I put on whenever I was going to a school disco or a year six birthday party or to one of my parents' big new year's eve bashes. I think we thought we were glitter scientists or something. Leah, if you are reading this, you probably don't even recall this weird random memory, but you know what I'm like for having a freakishly good memory when it comes to this stuff! It reminds me of a time even further back, when Leah and I decided to paint all the china ornaments in my room with my gold glittery nail varnish, and the times we used to make 'gems' out of lumps of wet toilet paper left to dry and coloured in with felt-tipped pens and painted with the same glittery nail polish (now I know you remember that!)
Well, weather or not anyone else shares this particular magpie tendency of mine (and Leah's!) to want to squeal with delight at the sight of glitter, that's what's got me all girlishly excited about my latest look. I'm calling it 'all that glitters' (another Sex and the City Reference, for any of those equally geekily obsessed fans among you). It all started with the outfit that I put together on one of my previous posts, the one with the pink sequined top and the leopard print heels (which I have now bought, and can't WAIT to wear out!) I loved the way the sequins on the top looked like those pink edible cake sparkles you can buy, and the way they winked and flashed and twinkled like stars in the light with my every tiny movement...
I also adored the soft pale pink of it, and the combination of the sparkles and the girlish pastel hue. So, when I came across this GORGEOUS little vintage gem on my travels in Greenwich a few days later, I simply couldn't get it out of my head.
I was browsing the rails in The Vintage Emporium, to see if there was anything that caught my eye, when I glimpsed it, twinkling softly in the dusty light. It was a pale, mint green, sixties style top, which also happened to be sparkly (insert inward screams of delight). I held it up to myself in the mirror and noticed that it went perfectly with my skin tone and hair colour (don't you just LOVE making those discoveries?) but then quickly told myself that I didn't need yet ANOTHER little sparkly top. I moved on to the next shop, The Beehive, which is a total treasure trove of affordable vintage pieces (not to mention owned by the most lovely, friendly, beautiful lady whom I spent a good long while chatting to about all things fashion) and ended up buying an eighties-tastic jumper, featuring a similar colour of green (which I have been living in all week- thanks Beehive!)
That weekend, I simply couldn't make myself forget the darling little mint green top. It danced tantalizingly in front of my eyes inside my head, calling to me in a sound like crystals twinkling and clinking together (I know I'm getting totally carried away now, but I really did love the top). So, today I went back to The Vintage Emporium and bought it. Did I mention that it was only Â£15?? Total bargain, I know!
It goes perfectly with the other stuff I bought to go with the pink Topshop top, so that's two outfits I have yet to wear out! In addition to this, I also decided I needed a cream fur coat to complete the outfit, and found this beauty on ebay, which I won (yay!) and which was delivered today:
Don't you just love it!? It's real rabbit fur and sooo luxuriously soft and snuggly. I would just like to point out, that although I would never condone the purchase of new fur, this coat is vintage and therefore second hand. Hence, wearing it is actually a form of recycling, and if no one wore it, it would only be rotting away in some landfill somewhere, polluting the planet. ANYWAY.
The pretty ice cream shades of the tops and the coat got me thinking about Tavi's fantastic Valley of the Dolls posts that I've recently read. If you want to check it out, go to:
For anyone who doesn't already know this-Tavi is amazing. Her blog was one of the main things that inspired me to start this. But getting back to my main point, her post was inspired by the 1966 novel, Valley of the Dolls, which was turned into a film in 1967. I have yet to actually see the film (it's on my list of fashionable things to watch, along with The Taxi Driver, which apparently is the film to channel for the current on-trend seventies vibe) but I've seen pictures from it, and am loving the pretty, innocent but plastic doll-like look that's going on. The look is all about pastels, candy colours, pretty-girl makeup and a kind of creepy doll-like perfection. Think of the candy-coloured houses in Edward Scissorhands (Tavi also references this in her post- I give her full credit for it- although I've always loved that image anyway!)
To complete the all-that-glitters-meets-Valley-of-the-Dolls-look that I'm loving right now, I also bought two gorgeous Barry M lipsticks, one in an amazingly bright, shocking, almost fluorescent pink, and one in a beautiful pale chalky coral. I love the totally matte texture of the lipsticks combined with the intense, opaque quality of the colours. I have searched high and low for a reeeaally bright pink lipstick with a totally matte finish, and this is the first one I've found. Thanks Barry M!
I am planning on wearing this look with fun, unexpected twists like leopard print (cue my new heels!), garishly bright lipstick and flashy, gold vintage jewelery to give it a trashy/fun/glam edge. And of course, extra long, doll-like lashes. Pictures of me wearing the outfits will follow (I want you to see them with the full benefit of my two hours of pampering, hair and makeup that I will do when I actually wear them out!)
Here are some pictures that I feel capture the girly/glam vibe of the all that glitters look with it's Valley of the Dolls feel...enjoy!
My pretty ice cream shaded tops go perfectly with my gold vintage bag from Rokit which I have actually worn to death!
My Barry M lipsticks, Topshop glitter, Benefit eyeshadow and Mac eyeshadow. Tutti-fruitti shades like this were seen all over the SS11 catwalks!
Glitter is a girl's best friend...
The Porcelain Princes
|Internet – Gesellschaft – Kulturen||DI, 04.04.2017, 16.00 Uhr: ZunÃ¤chst bringen SchÃ¼lerInnen der 2EK der HAK PolgarstraÃe BeitrÃ¤ge zu Catfishing, Snapchat und bargeldloser Bezahlung. Weiters erklÃ¤ren sie die Unterschiede zwischen Deep Web und Dark Net und zeigen deren Gefahren auf. Und wer an neuen Weltuntergangstheorien interessiert ist, kann zwischen mehreren, Ã¤uÃerst kreativen Szenarien auswÃ¤hlen. Weiter geht’s mit SchÃ¼lerInnen derselben Schule […]|
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|VOYAGEUR 50 MILE TRAIL RUN RACE REPORT|| |
On Saturday I finished my 7th Voyageur 50 Mile Trail Run. Voyageur is really a special race. Even though the race grew by over 100 runners over last year, to 340 starters this year, it still has the small home-town feel as well as a family feel. The first year I ran Voyageur in 2004, there were 85 starters! Yes, 85. I know so many of the people who run Voyageur or who are volunteering , it is just like an ultra family reunion.
I stayed with Jean and Jody. Jody would be running her first 50 mile race! Woot!
We stayed at Black Bear Casino. It was clean, it wasnât very noisy, but oh man, the smoke! I hadnât thought about the fact that Casinoâs allow smoking. Ugh. Our room was âsmoke freeâ but the cigarette smoke penetrated the non smoking room. I wonât stay there again.
Race morning was beautiful, 48F with a promise of mid 70s with clear skies. The promise didnât disappoint!
At the start there were so many friends! Hugs, kisses, photos, it was like a family reunion. I dropped a few Ziplocs off at the drop bag stations incase I might want to use gloves or spikes through the powerlines. I never did need them.
Greg and I were going to run the first few hours together. He felt he went out too fast last year and wanted to hang with me as I donât go out to fast. Ever. I just donât go fast period. We ended up running the first two hours together. It was so great to hear about his trip out West to crew/pace Bob while running and finishing HardRock! The miles went by quickly.
There were a few bunch ups along the first section out to Jay Cooke and the swinging bridge. I donât recall this in the past. There was some mud, some water and a few rocky climbs. It was holding people up. We stood around and waited. No rush!
After running over the swinging bridge we came into Aid Station 1. Woo! It is so much fun to run along and see friends volunteering. With so many aid stations I really have to watch the clock to make sure Iâm not spending too much time visiting! There were 9 aid stations, which you hit twice which means loads of time to spend hanging about talking. I just have so much fun though and love these people so much. I canât help myself.
Shelly was there with Gregâs bag, switching out bottles, asking what he needed. I had a full Nathan vest on so didnât need anything. It was getting warm and humid. We moved on through and began the run toward the powerlines.
When we ran into Aid Station 3, Petersonâs, I had a Ziploc bag there. I grabbed my gloves from the bag just incase I needed them for grabbing vegetation to hold onto while climbing the powerlines, if they were muddy and slick. Rick was pouring water and was going to fill my pack while I still wore it upon my back. All was going well until he dropped the pitcher of water. BRRR! Down my back/butt it went. It was freezing! We had a good laugh and off we went!
The miles were going by quickly. We were going to be heading into the powerlines soon. Guess who we run into, Andrew and Ed! So funny. We have a little game going on this year, since Psycho Wyco. They are in front of me, I catch them, they try to beat me to the finish. They succeeded at PW, not at Chippewa, and now at Voyageur. So much fun, really!! I couldnât contain my laughter and smiles.
Aid Station 4 Grand Portage, entry to the powerlines. As I was running toward the station I spied Jean on her bike! It was so good to see her and get a hug. She was there to support Jody and thought she should be coming in soon. She took a few photos, I emptied my gels, mixed a bottle of UCAN as was on my way.
The powerlines werenât muddy! I didnât need the spikes or the gloves. I was able to climb them just fine and pick my way down. Greg had some nifty poles, I might look into a pair. After we climbed the first few powerlines I asked Greg if heâd like to go in front of me as I was picking my way along more slowly and looked like he could really move. He went off ahead and I didnât see him again until I was coming into the turnaround, as he was about two miles ahead. He was moving well!
As I was climbing along I ran into Casey, who I havenât seen since Superior 100, 2006, I believe. We talked and laughed, caught up a bit. It was so good to see him again.
I felt really great. My legs felt strong, my breathing was good, no problems, I was so thankful to be able to do this race, to spend a long day in the woods. I gave thanks. I thought about how fortunate I was to be able to do this. I really love it.
Before I knew it I was out of the powerlines and running toward yet another aid station. Amazing. They were all over the place. Wearing my vest was overkill. I really only needed a handheld bottle, which is what I normally use. With Superior 100 on the horizon, a vest is a practice measure.
I began to run alone. Even with over 300 people on the trail we had spread about and I enjoyed the solo time. I was taking care of myself, consuming salt tablets, nutrition and plenty of water. I wasnât in any pain. I was just smiling, spending time in the moment, feeling joy. I hadnât even thought about listening to music.
I was coming in on Fond du Lac and knew that Doug and Maria would be at this station. I couldnât wait! I ran in and saw all of the ducks that Todd had placed in the water. So cute! Big blow up duckies. What a treat! I hugged and caught up with Maria for a few minutes, congratulated her on NeverSummer 100K and then had to get a move on. I ran through the water, petted a blow up duck and hit the trail.
Becks Road was coming up next. UMTR aids this station so I knew Iâd see many friends there as well. As I came in there were many hugs and photos. Matt, Amy, Willow, Rob, so many that I am not listing because I still have âultra brainâ. Rob asked me to try a pickle. I did, it was really good! I had a few cups of Coke and headed across the road. Good times!
I felt like I was running from one group of friends to another group of friends; strung together by a wonderful trail. This was really great.
The woods were beautiful. There had been plenty of rain this summer, everything was green and lush, most of the horse holes were filled in with thick grass and running was pretty easy. I was keeping my heart rate under 140 without a problem, running about an 11-12 minute mile most of the time. I was going to be running into Skyline Parkway next and knew that I had a drop bag there. I could get rid of the spikes I had been hauling and the gloves. Shelly was going to drop my bottle here, too, so I could mix another bottle of UCAN. The UCAN, a few gels, some watermelon and Coke seemed to work well for me.
The water crossing were not real deep, but deep enough to cool my feet. I couldnât believe I didnât feel any blisters yet. This year I havenât had any blisters at all. This may be due to the Altras Iâve been wearing. I usually have at least some hot spots.
I came into Skyline and Brook and Mike said someone came through asking if anyone knew Julie Berg. Shelly had dropped my bottle for me! How thoughtful. They handed it off to me, I dug around in my bag and prepared a bottle of UCAN. I dropped the spikes and gloves, chugged the bottle and headed out. It was so much fun to see everyone. I began to climb the road section, knowing that Iâd be at the turnaround soon.
The cut-off for the turnaround at the Zoo is 7 hours. I figured Iâd be there by 6. No problem. The sun was warm now, we were exposed along the road. Much of this part was a climb before heading down into the Zoo. I walked along, climbing climbing climbing. Pretty soon I was at Spirit Mountain. It is so cool to run along the face of the ski hills, looking down at the Lake Superior, looking up at the chair lifts. I enjoyed it so much. As I was running along many of my friends were running back toward me. I love the out and back on this course. I never meet anyone in the powerlines where the trail is narrow. I usually meet the bulk of the runners along the wider paths going into the turnaround. I saw so many friends, stopped to chat, hug, talk, then run along. I couldnât stop smiling. I felt blessed. I am.
At the turnaround I spied Jean! She asked me how I felt so good, how could I be having so much fun? I tried to explain it to her-that I just really, really enjoyed spending the day in the woods, how much I love to run, how great it is to reconnect with friends. I donât know if I was able to explain this well enough to her. She told me she was expecting Jody soon, I was thrilled! I filled up my bladder, emptied out a few gel packs, consumed was watermelon and told Jean I had to head out. She took a few more pictures and I began the long climb back up Spirit Mountain.
I began to notice a feeling kind of like shin splints in my left leg. Thatâs weird. Maybe it was the walking, climbing out from the turnaround. I havenât had shin splints for years, I couldnât really understand the feeling in my leg. Maybe my sock or gaitor was too tight. I havenât been walking that much. I found that it hurt more to walk than it did to jog, so I began to jog up the hills. That helped for a while.
I dug out my iPod and figured Iâd listen to some music to distract myself. Unfortunatley I think my iPod decided to die on this day. I kept messing with it but couldnât get it to work. I have had it since 2007! I asked a guy running along to take a look at it, turns out his last name was Berg, too! He couldnât get it to work, he was willing to GIVE ME HIS iPod (really!), then we tried my iPhone in airplane mode. That worked fine, so I listened to music for a while. Thank you Mr. Berg!
I popped back into Skyline, was happy to get off of the exposed road and ready to hit the trail again. I dug around in my bag, grabbed a few cliff blocks, said hello and goodbye to Brook and Mike and was on my way.
The trail to Becks Road was quiet! I only saw a few other people during this time. It was such a beautiful day. I was running well, feeling good, feeling so thankful for this day..and then the left leg would remind me that it was not happy.
I was beginning to lose the ability to push off with my left foot. It felt stiff. I ran into Becks, had some more coke, thanked everyone and pushed on.
Maria was coming up next at Fond du Lac so I was going to ask her for advice. Iâd get this gaitor off and see what was going on under it. When I looked down at my leg it looked a little bit swollen, but none more than usual after 30 miles..you know?
I came into the aid station and asked if I could sit in the chair. I never sit in the chair! I plopped down and told Maria and Doug I had to get my gaitor off. Maria asked Troy to retrieve her BioFreeze. I told her I felt like I had a shin splint or something. I was was flexing my foot up, feeling my shin, I told her it felt like tendonitis. She removed the gaitor, I told her to throw it away. She placed it into a baggie and said sheâd wash it and maybe sheâd sell it on EBAY. How much can we get for a Julie Berg gaitor she asked? It was hilarious. I sat there laughing! The BioFreeze felt good, I got up and was able to walk ok. Maria walked me out of the aid station and off I went!
The next section has some crazy climbing with ropes going up hills to grab, now Iâd be going down very steeply. I knew this could be rough without any flex in my foot. I tried to keep it steady as I took teeny tiny steps down the steep downs. Ouch. Now it hurt. What the heck? Shin splints are dumb. Go away.
I moved on, still found that running felt better than walking so jogged the uphills and picked my way down them, trying not to flex my foot. I decided to take a few Advil to see if that would take the edge off. It didnât. That kind of concerned me.
The course flattened out a bit, I was able to run pretty well in sections before climbing back through the powerlines. I knew it would be difficult with this stiff foot hanging behind me. I just couldnât flex it. I never thought that this might be anything more than soreness from shin splints, a bit of tendonitis. I knew that shin splints go away pretty much as soon as Iâm done running, Iâve had them before.
I found that I could still run downhill pretty well. There were long long downhills that I was able to run along pretty quickly, again passing Ed and Andrew. Ha! Good times! I really was having a blast and kind of tucked my pain away into another crevice of my mind. I just wasnât going to think about it.
The powerlines were pretty warm now. Climbing was great, coming down was a bit difficult without flexing my foot. Oh well. It wasnât too bad. It was getting real warm. The powerlines are exposed so I was heating up. I took a few more salt tabs. Drank some more water, began to think about Coke at Petersonâs! I was only about 10 miles from the finish.
I came into Petersonâs, so excited for Coke! I drank 2 cups, had a gel, knowing the sugar and caffeine was going to be like rocket fuel for me. It was. I was able to really run quickly on the flats, enjoying the experience.
Jay Cooke! I couldnât believe that I was at the final aid station. I gave out hugs and thanks, drank some more Coke and ran across the bridge. I was really excited I was going to finish around 13 hours with this leg thing which had held me back. The last section is the most difficult for me. Not so difficult at the beginning, miles 1-3, but difficult at the end, miles 47-50. It is rocks, roots, steep scrambles over boulders and just painful. It also feels like it goes on forever.
I kept smiling, knowing I had almost made it. I moved very slowly, all of those people that I had passed were passing me now. Even Ed and Andrew came along. I had to laugh, told them Iâd see them at the finish. Now I was getting concerned, I was dragging my foot along, it was not letting me move it at all. What the hell?
I had to scooch down onto my butt to get down some of the rocky ledges, trying to hold my foot straight. My shin was pretty swollen now. What in the world. Dumb shin splints. I finally came up to the bridge, walked across the bridge and up onto the bike path. I tried to run and couldnât even run on the bike path. Hmmmmâ¦.not good. My foot was not having it. Another person passed me. Oh man. I grimaced and kept on. I made the turn and could see the finish line!
Oh happy day! I blocked out the pain and jogged toward the end. I could hear all of the bells, the Julie Bergs!, the clapping and cheering. So much fun! I crossed the finish line in just over 13 hours. Thank goodness!! Jean and Jody took pictures; Jody made it to 40 miles before she was pulled-her longest run!!! So awesome!! She felt good! Big hugs for all of my friends, Greg finished in 12 something, was doing well, it was one big party. I feel so grateful to be a part of this community, it really is special.
I visited for an hour or so and decided to head for home. I have about a 2.5 hour drive. I had some cramping on the way, didnât stop, I knew I wasnât going to be able to walk on my foot, it felt stiff.
Sunday my leg was red and swollen. I hobbled around, able to make it to Church and grocery shopping. Monday I couldnât place weight on it. Red, swollen, intense pain. I was sure it was broken now. How could have I run on a broken leg? Did I cross that damn line again between fun and injury again? No way. It didnât feel that bad at the time. I thought it was a shin splint. Or tendonitis. Ugh.
I went to the clinic on Monday and learned I have a thing; cellulitis, a skin infection. The MD diagnosed it right away. I told him I really thought I broke something. Nope, itâs a skin infection. He drew a line around the red swollen area and told me if it grew out of this line I needed to go to the ER. He prescribed antibiotics that Iâve been taking for three days now. The redness is gone. I still canât walk on it, canât place any weight upon it which seems odd to me. The swelling is going down. Iâm unable to flex my foot. I canât help but think I have cellulitis AND a fracture. Itâs very painful. The MD doesnât believe the run had anything to do with the infection. The infection just came out while I was running. If it had come out a day earlier I wouldnât have been running. Very strange.
Oh well, I otherwise have felt great after this race. No muscle soreness, no blisters, no other pains. Awesome recovery. I guess I was in pretty good 50 mile shape!
|Securian Winter Carnival Half Maraton|| |
Iâve always enjoyed the winter carnival half marathon. It is normally very cold but this year it was very balmy!! Saturday morning I woke up to 32F! Wow! I decided Iâd wear light leggings with a skirt, one long sleeved top and a pair of light gloves and light buff. No screws in my shoes! No ice! Yay!
Last year, due to foot surgery, I wasnât able to run the race. I was very excited to sign up this year.
I arrived to the race an hour before start time. I always like to leave plenty of time to find parking and find the race start. For road races the biggest stressor for me is to find a bathroom as soon as I park. I always have an hour drive or more. Luckily for me, there was a bathroom in the parking ramp. Yes!
With only a short walk to the pre race festivities, I had plenty of time to pick up my number, shirt and mug. I couldnât believe all of the people that I knew at the race. With a race of over 1000 people it always shocks me that I can pick out friends whom I have no idea are in attendance. As I was walking through the skywalk I ran into John, then Amy and Shawn, then Jeff. Pretty soon it was Dan and Karen. Amazing! Kate and Brian. Quick fun chats with everyone.
With just a few minutes to go before the start, I mosied outside to find a spot among the runners. I decided Iâd run between the 200 and 210 pace groups. I was in no rush, this was just a training run to get in some miles on my feet. I wanted to see how my feet would stand up to the asphalt. Iâve entered Grandmas Marathon in June and havenât really run any asphalt yet since my surgery. I figured a 915-930 pace would be just great.
The first few miles were new to the course. We circled around downtown before we headed out onto Shepard Road to run along the river. There has been a lot of reconstruction of the road and the area surrounding it since Iâve last run this race. The road is heavily slanted and I kept moving around the road, trying to find the place where my feet were on stable ground. At times this was in the middle of the road and at times it was on the shoulder. Very strange. I could feel the slant of the road in my ankles and in my knees.
The sky was blue with bright sun and just a hint of breeze. It really was a beautiful morning. I could hear the jingle of dog tags following me so I turned to look, sure enough, a large poodle was prancing along with a woman. The dog was as happy as could be as I watched the women feed her a cliff bar. They stopped often as the women let her dog drink from her water bottle. So awesome to see.
I had 4 gels and filled my water bottle once during the race.
I was running 915s most of the race, this was a comfortable pace for me. I was surprised that my heart rate was quite high-my average HR during the run was 162. Too high, really. My highest HR was 182, as I climbed the final hill to the finish line.
The route is an out and back so I was able to high five and holler out to each of my friends, whom I mentioned earlier. I also saw Kate while we were running. I did not see her at the start.
What a blast of a day! I felt great, I finished in 201 and nothing hurt. Woot!!! The pavement was OK on my foot so I am feeling good about Grandmas.
After I arrived home Troy and I went suit shopping for the first time. He has a Career Fair at the U of M, where he attends the College of Science and Engineering. I asked John at the race for a recommendation as to where we should shop. He suggested Menâs Wearhouse so that is where Troy and I went. We were blown away by the high level of customer service and the ease of purchasing his suit. We will certainly go back.
Next up is Psycho Wyco 50K on February 20. Itâs been a few years since Iâve been to this one. Looking forward to it!!
|Secure Digital Privacy With Sen. Lee's ECPA Modernization Act|
Over 250 years ago, courageous colonists took up arms and defended the right against unlawful search and seizure in the American Revolution. Fueled by outrageous searches by British law enforcement, our founding fathers enshrined within our constitution the Fourth Amendment, which reads, in part: âThe right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.â
Sadly, government lost its way between then and now, spying on private information that it shouldnât see. At the dawn of the internet era, Congress passed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), a law establishing privacy protections for digital communications. But the law was written well before most people even knew what email was. Written for the technology of its time, ECPA permits warrantless search of stored electronic communications that are 180 days old. At that point, barely any electronics had high-memory capacity to store information like email does, so it wasnât particularly egregious to assume old communications were abandoned. Itâs a totally different story today, where email and digital communications have moved to the cloud, which has become the standard for data storage.
Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT) want to upgrade this archaic privacy-breaching law with the ECPA Modernization Act. This bill would erase the 180 days exception for law enforcement searches of electronic communications and replace it with the constitutional requirement of probable cause and a warrant. If the government obtains an individualâs communications through a third party provider, it must send a copy of its warrant to said individual within ten days. Without a warrant, law enforcement would have zero access to private electronic communications.
The bill also establishes the same privacy protections for third-party geolocation information, an area left wide-open by existing law. Third party companies servicing devices and programs that track your location such as cell phone carriers or Snapchat will only provide geolocation information upon receiving a warrant. The person whose location is sought will be notified by mail within ten days.
Occasionally, law enforcement claims that notifying the intended target of a warrant or criminal investigation could compromise effectiveness. For example, a suspect could destroy relevant records and evidence for a crime if they know that they are being targeted. Under existing law, law enforcement can request a âgag orderâ that stops a suspect from receiving a warrant notice. The ECPA Modernization Act would require law enforcement to provide specific facts proving that a gag order is necessary, a more stringent standard.
Governmentâs respect for privacy has diminished over time, especially for electronic communications. The ECPA Modernization Act would ensure that Americans enjoy the same Fourth Amendment protections for digital communications as they do in the physical world.
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|Kauai Day One!||On June 21st around 10:30 pm I arrived at my friend's where I would be spending the night so her mom could drive us and her brother my friend's brother to the airport at San Jose, a three hour drive from where we would begin. I was expecting my friend to be asleep because of our early start that next morning, but she and her mom was awake and eating Chinese salad, so we all stayed up chatting and preparing until nearly 1:00 a.m. |
Our alarms went off at 2:00 a.m.
After dragging myself out of their comfy guest bedroom where my friend and I had slept that night, we got all of our things together and were in the car before 3:00 a.m. driving sleepily to San Jose. I was completely wiped and fell asleep on the side of the car, the headrest in front of me, and my friend's leg multiple times, and when I next awoke, it was 5:00 and we were nearing the airport. my friend's mom dropped us off and we said our goodbye's before heading inside with our (heavy!) bags on our (tired!) feet. It was a bit of a struggle to get our bags checked, mainly because there was no correctly marked lines or directions and the airport lady running around would says something that confused us and then run off again. But we did it eventually! Then we went through the longest security line ever! It was like standing in line at Space Mountain at Disneyland. We finally made it through and then we were in the airport terminals. We were also hungry.
So we went to Starbucks and I had a white mocha and a cranberry scone, and my friend and her brother got croissants and a breakfast sandwich. Yummy! We chugged our drinks because it was time for us to get in line to board at that time, on the smallest big plane I've ever been on. It held maybe 80 people and had the teeeniest seats ever! my friend and I sat together and my friend's brother a few seats in front of us. We departed by 7:20 a.m. and arrived a little over an hour later in LA. my friend dozed that whole flight and the waiting time before our next flight, but I wasn't able to sleep on that flight.
The next flight we took a shuttle (loooong ride!) across the airport to the proper terminal to get to our gate, which was either 43 or 48. We weren't sure because the screen had bad pixels. We thought it was 43. Our flight was meant to depart at 9:50. my friend fell asleep in the chair, I called Mom, Nick, Dad, and my aunt Terry who lives by LA, and then suddenly my friend's brother says, âIt's 9:50 and we haven't been called yet. I'm gonna go check it out.â Oblivious to the meaning of that sentence, I nod and he disappears, leaving me with a sleeping friend and some bags.
A few minutes later he jogs back and tells us to hurry, wake up, we're at the wrong gate and they are boarding NOW. We grab our stuff and book it to gate 48 and board the plane.
This flight we did not have seats next to each other, which was very disappointing. We were going to trade with people but no one was able to, so my friend was at the front, my friend's brother in the middle, and I in the very last row by the window, next to a family of four plus a cousin. It was a loooong flight. The kids across from me were quiet which I was thankful for, but not talking to anybody for five plus hours kind of sucked. my friend stopped by once and I got up once to use the bathroom and go say hi back, but as soon as I headed down the plane the seatbelt sign turned on and I got back down, and it was too difficult to get back out to attempt it again. I read Emma by Jane Austen and slept that flight away.
Finally we landed in Kauai! It was 12:56 p.m. Hawaiian time (three hours earlier than California) and we deplaned, got our bags, and started sweltering in the humidity. It was about 75 degrees in Kauai but the humidity made it feel like we were swimming through the air, definitely hot the dry heat we were used to around Sacramento.
We took a shuttle to the Hertz car rental place, where my friend (awesome my friend, who planned this whole damn thing) had rented us a Nissan Vesta AND where they got a surprise $150 discount on the underage driver thing because the guy had a coupon he gave us! Yay!
Then we drove off to Poipu, a resort area on the South side of the island, using my friend's brother's phone for a GPS. We didn't get lost, but it did take a while because all the drivers here are apparently sloooow! We were distracted, however, by the gorgeous lush plants and scenery and the amazing hills and cliffs. We drove through the resort area until we made it to our beautiful resort, and parked and trekked inside in our sticky airplane clothes, where we were greeted with âMahalo!â and given leis and told some of the resort's events and checked in. We then grabbed our bags and walked five or ten minutes to our building, and took the elevator to the third floor to our room.
Our ocean-front room.
The ocean in front of me as I type this is not an ocean you can wade in. It hits up against a rock bank/cliff and makes some impressive smashes, and is beautiful to see. The entire suite we have is gorgeous. It had a living room, a dining room, a full kitchen, a master bedroom with a king bed and a master bathroom with a huge tub and a huge shower, a smaller bedroom with a Queen bed, a smaller bathroom but still a large shower, and a few closets. And it had a balcony, which has a table and four chairs, a smaller side table, and a lounge chair that I am sitting on at 6:11 a.m. and typing this down in Open Office to hopefully transfer to my blog later today with some photos.
Anyhoo, after arriving yesterday we were sooo hungry because the long flight didn't feed you unless you paid $10 for a salad or sandwich, and since we had some trail mix bars it wasn't necessary. We decided to go down to the grill at the resort, and my friend and I had a delicious fresh fish sandwich with fries and my friend's brother had a burger. We were right by this huuuge pool that had lots of people swimming and lounging around. It was a pleasant spot.
There was also an incident.
A bird incident.
While we were eating, my friend noticed âthe cutest baby birds ever!â flocking around us hoping for some crumbs. I decided to feed them some even though my friend warned they would all come around and pester me for more. I tossed them a few crumbs and started to eat a french fry. I took a bite and had another bite to go when one of the small birds decided I wasn't sharing enough.
It flew at me, beating its wings in my face and hooking its claw around my lip for purchase as it tried to eat the french fry that I was eating. I screamed and flung my hand up at the bird, and it flew away, leaving me a panting pile of panic and the other two dying of laughter. The long and short of it is I do not in fact, now have bird rabies, and that I will never in my whole entire life feed birds again. (Later today I would find a placard by the main room that says "DO NOT FEED THE BIRDS". Oops).
Another odd thing happened during our dinner. I started getting really dizzy. I'm not sure why, if it was the lack of sleep, the two flights and possibly altitude sickness, or the humidity, but we came back to our room and all decided to lay down. I called Nick and talked for a while, still feeling like I was on a boat rocking back and forth even though I was laying down. We hung up and I decided to nap for a while. I fell asleep around 4 or 4:30.
I woke up after my friend and my friend's brother went to get groceries, after the rest of our party arrived (Drew, his brother Zach, and his girlfriend Allie) and after they had made and eaten a pizza and were chatting around the dining room table. It was after midnight.
I stumbled out, said hi, and stumbled to the bathroom to take out my horribly goopy and glued in contacts. Then I walked back out and redid my hi, sitting down and chatting for a while as well. Within the hour we were all back in bed, though I was afraid sleeping would be impossible now after a day of napping and six straight hours of sleep.
My friend and her brother took the master bedroom, Allie and I took the Queen bedroom, and Drew and Zach slept on the pull-out couch. Allie dropped off right away and it took me about two hours to get anywhere near sleep. I kept starting to doze off and then jerking awake. It was hard to sleep without Nick. I still woke up every two hours or so, but I managed to stay asleep until just before six. The rooms were humid (we had the window open to hear the ocean and it was looooud, it also rained sporadically and loudly through the whole night) and I was hot and not tired anymore. So, in the dark of the room, I grabbed my laptop and snuck through the living room where Drew and Zach were sleeping, opened the slider as quietly as possible, and sat down to write everything that happened yesterday, while watching the sunrise. (It's beautiful, by the way). It has been raining with sprinkles and outright downpours since I've been out here, but it is cooler and the mist is welcome. The ocean is crashing into the rocks and those (evil) small birds are chirping. I think I'm the only one awake right now, so I'll stay out here for a while longer and perhaps doze a bit more.
On the balcony with an ocean-view in Kauai.
(Pictures have been taken, but with a really good camera, and they are too large to even upload to Photobucket quickly. Wifi is only available in the main room unfortunately, and my battery is running out. I'll get them up as soon as possible, but in the meantime, here is a dark and stormy looking picture of the view off our balcony!)
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The world's first Solar Pump Irrigatorsâ Cooperative Enterprise (SPICE) has been formed in Dhundi village in Gujarat's Kheda district. Members of the enterprise have not only made a switch from diesel to solar pumps but are also selling power to the local electricity utility, thereby creating a parallel revenue stream. The project has been initiated and partly funded by IWMI-Tata Water Policy Program. By December 2016, the six members had together earned more than Rs 1,60,000 from the sale of surplus energy to the local power utility.
Storage capacity of Karnataka reservoirs lost to siltation
With the accumulation of silt in Karnataka's 11 major reservoirs, nearly 10 percent of the storage capacity, that can annually cater to at least five cities as large as Bengaluru, is being lost. The loss of storage is primarily in the reservoirs of north Karnataka. The worst affected is the Tungabhadra dam which witnesses nearly 17 days of overflow due to high siltation levels. To tackle the issue, a proposal to construct a dam that will hold 30 tmcft of Tungabhadra water is made.Â
Wetland panel formed in Gujarat
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Centre adopts two villages along the Ganga river
The Ministry of Drinking Water And Sanitation, in collaboration with Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), has adopted two villages along the bank of Ganga river to make them model Ganga villages. The two villages are Veerpur Khurd in Dehradun and Mala in Pauri Garhwal. With the help of various stakeholders and ministries involved, these two villages will be provided with solid and liquid waste management facilities, drainage systems and groundwater recharge.Â
Odisha blames Chhattisgarh for providing wrong information on water
The Odisha government has blamed the neighbouring Chhattisgarh governmentÂ for giving wrong information on the flow of water to Hirakud reservoir in the downstream of the Mahanadi river. As per the claims, the latter is operating the gates at Kalma barrage in an improper manner to intentionally restrict the water flow to Hirakud. The matter will be taken up with the Central Water Commission to ensure the free flow of water in Mahanadi river through Odisha. Â
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|January, 2012 Daring Baker Challenge: Back to Basics:Scones (Biscuits)||Introduction: Hi my name is Audax from Audax Artifex (yes this web site). Whenever I visit my sister and her family in S.E. Queensland Australia she always welcomes me with a fresh batch of my favourite baked treat which we devour gleefully with cups of tea while we chat and catch up with the events in our lives. |
The treat that I'm talking about is the basic scone (also know as baking powder biscuits in North America) my sister really knows how to make them, they are wondrously light with soft sides and a lovely airy crumb â superb with jam and cream. This month I want the Daring Bakers' to share my delight and I invite you to bake a batch of scones to enjoy with friends and family.
For our North American members I wish to clarify what this challenge is all about and try to avoid any confusions. Scones in North American are nearly always triangular in shape have a slightly crisp crust usually covered in sugar and have a soft interior crumb and sometimes are laced with dried fruit (these baked goods in Australia and England are called ârock cakesâ since they are usually made to look like ârockyâ cakes not wedges), meanwhile biscuits in North American are a round shaped buttery slightly flaky baked good usually eaten with meals (these items in Australia and England are called âsconesâ and are eaten with butter and jam usually with cups of tea or coffee as a sweet snack). So this challenge (using the North American name) is to make biscuits. Or using the Australian or English name this challenge is to make scones.
To further clarify for our North American bakers this month's challenge is to make biscuits (also called baking powder biscuits) if you choose to make your biscuits using buttermilk as the liquid you are making what are known as âSouthernâ Biscuits which are one of the most famous examples of home cooking in the Southern States of America (that is they are a baking powder biscuit made with buttermilk). In Australia and England âSouthernâ Biscuits would be called buttermilk scones. So restating the above, the challenge is to make scones (using the Australian/English name) or to make biscuits (using the North American name). Incidentally if you use cream as your liquid in the challenge recipe the final baked good would be called a cream biscuit in North America or a cream scone in Australia and England.
Scones (biscuits) contain only a small number of ingredients they are fast to make, quick to bake, only cost cents per batch and most importantly are super FUN to eat. In England and Australia scones are eaten with jam and butter usually with cups of tea or coffee mostly as a sweet snack, while in North America they are usually eaten with meals as a savoury side.
Of course scones (biscuits) have a notorious reputation as being difficult for some people to make comments like âhockey pucksâ, âThese made great door-stops â and the like fill the comment sections of most recipe websites. You see scones (can be said as a rhyme with cone and also can be said as a rhyme with gone) are a type of quick bread that is a white flour dough that is raised using chemical agents usually baking powder and/or baking soda. Basic scones contain flour, raising agent(s), butter (or shortening or lard), salt, and milk (or buttermilk or soured milk or cream). Most recipes just say to ârub the fat into the flourâ then combine the dry and wet ingredients until âgathered togetherâ and then âlightly kneadâ the gathered mixture until a soft dough forms, then âroll or patâ out this dough and then âcutâ out rounds and bake them in a hot oven. Well how hard could it really be I thought uh-mm as you can see below my first batch wasn't the greatest success â¦ they didn't raise at all and the texture was barely OK I thought â¦ I was left wondered what I had done wrong â¦
My first attempt at scones (really pretty terrible I thought, no height no tenderness and no flakiness)
So after studying many many (288 websites bookmarked) scone/biscuit recipes and the bakers' comments about these recipes and after doing 16 batches! myself I have acquired a lot of information to help you master the techniques involved I hope that at the end of this challenge that you will be able to make a good if not great scone (biscuit).
After much research and many attempts â¦ finally some scones (the 14th, 15th and 16th batches) that I wouldn't mind sharing with my sister.
The Classic Australian scone ring (Aussie Damper) â the crumb is very similar to bread
Cheese and chives scones â a âsky-highâ light and tender scone flavoured with cheese and chives
The classic Southern Biscuit (buttermilk scone) â a superbly flaky scone made with buttermilk and laminated to form distinct layers when baked
As I mentioned in the challenge posting in Australia and England scones are usually eaten as a sweet treat (with butter and jam) with cups of tea on that theme while doing my research for this challenge I thought I would do a variation on the sweet side of the scone. Here is one recipe that is suitable for kids and adults when you want something special and sweet yet can be made at a moment's notice.
In Australia one of the most popular children's party food item is fairy bread. This is a variation of fairy bread called Fairy Ring made with an Aussie Scone (Damper) ring laced with 100s and 1000s then iced (with some icing sugar and a touch of lemon juice made into a sticky paste) then sprinkled with more 100s and 1000s (coloured sprinkles). My 9 year old niece went crazy with delight and literally squealed with glee when I showed her this Fairy Ring and say I made it especially for her.
Normal (Damper) Scone Ring
Fairy Ring straight from the oven
Completed Fairy Ring
Hot Dog Buns
Here is a savoury variation, I made hot dog buns using the basic scone recipe. They worked out great I couldn't believe the crumb and they tasted great with the hot dog and relishes and I made them in under 15 minutes (once the oven was hot enough). I was very surprised how well the basic scone dough complimented savoury food.
Touch of Grace Scones
(Click on the title to go to a great posting about this recipe)
Here is the answer to dry biscuits this recipe is called "touch of grace" biscuits which uses a few simple techniques to create a super moist crumb. These scones are all about tenderness everything is designed to obtain the softest and most tender crumb possible. These are very different from the normal bread-like scones that Australians like with jam and cream. These would be perfect with a savoury meal. They were so buttery with a soft creamy crumb that literally melts in your mouth, the mouth feel is like clouds. As one reviewer lovingly opined "They're squat little puffs you'll want to grab, steaming, from a basket passed over fried chicken or bacon and eggs". The way I make them is slightly adapted from the original recipe, I use a lot of very large pieces of butter and all buttermilk with very low gluten cake flour and some resting time in the fridge. Resting the dough after the buttermilk is stirred into the dry ingredients is essential you would never be able to form the soft balls of dough coated in flour that are the "rounds" in this case and keeping everything cold helps the baking process. While baking the large pieces of butter melt into the flour causing large air holes to form in the baked dough and since we use soft flour (6%) which cannot form flaky layers we thus obtain a feather-light creamy tender crumb infused with the maximum amount of butter that the dough can hold.
These scones are made entirely from cake flour (6% gluten), I used 1 cup of flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/4 cup very large-sized butter pieces, about 1/2 cup buttermilk and 1/2 teaspoon sea salt. I rubbed in butter making sure most of the fat/flour where large pea sized pieces. I rested the dough after I mixed in the wet ingredients for 10 minutes until cold, during this time the dough "firms" up making it possible to turn it out in one cohesive dough ball onto a lightly floured board. I formed a rectangle of the soft dough floured the top lightly then I stamped out rounds. You could feel the pieces of butter in the formed round The rounds are very soft but can be picked up and placed into the baking dish. Then I place the baking dish with all the formed rounds back in the fridge for 10 minutes until cold then bake. (This procedure is much easier than the original recipe's method and it gives as good results I think). As you can see the crumb is saturated with butter and has masses of large airy pockets to trap your favourite topping. Absolutely delicious.
I wanted to make one batch of flavoured scones I went with sweet raisins and some molasses in the dough. I rubbed in the butter until it was like fine sand and I used "OO" cake flour about 7% protein and some cornflour (cornstarch), I was very happy with the look of the baked scones and the crumb was very tender very much like bread which is what I wanted. These were very cute looking but to be honest I like plain scones much better.
The bread like crumb of the scone so so tasty and soft.
As you can see scones (biscuits) are all about technique since the scones pictured above used the same basic recipe.
Recipe Source: The challenge scone (biscuit) recipe has been especially formulated by Audax Artifex after a large amount of research and experimentation. It is designed to help you master the techniques involved in making scones (biscuits) exactly the way you like them.
Blog-checking lines: Audax Artifex was our January 2012 Daring Bakersâ host. Aud worked tirelessly to master light and fluffy scones (a/k/a biscuits) to help us create delicious and perfect batches in our own kitchens!
Posting Date: January 27, 2012
The Ingredients â since scones contain only a small number of ingredients each should be of the highest quality
Flour â lower gluten (i.e. soft) flours (about 9% or less protein) produce taller and lighter scones than normal plain (all-purpose) flour (about 10%+ protein). But to be honest it wasn't that great a difference so long you sifted the dry ingredients thoroughly at least three times. That is always triple sift the dry ingredients this will ensure that the flour is well aerated and the raising agents are evenly distributed so resulting in light scones. I found that finely milled soft âOOâ flour gave the best results but don't worry you can get excellent results with sifted plain (all-purpose) flour. You can use self-raising flour if you wish (remember to leave out the raising agents and salt) in the recipe below it is important to triple sift the self-raising flour as well I like to add about Â½ teaspoon of extra fresh baking powder per cup of self-raising flour to ensure a good lift in my scones. In the northern states of America and most of Canada all-purpose flour is generally very hard (high in protein) you can replace for each cup 4 tablespoons of all-purpose flour with cake flour OR for each cup replace 2 tablespoons of all-purpose flour with cornflour (cornstarch). Or you can let the scones rest (20 mins) in the fridge before baking.
Fat â unsalted butter gives the best flavour while lard gives the flakiest texture since it has a much higher melting point than butter so promoting a flaky texture in the final scones. The best compromise is to use a combination of the two in equal measure. I usually use all (unsalted) butter for flavour and health reasons. In most recipes the fat is rubbed into the flour using fingers or a pastry cutter (don't use two knives or forks since it takes too long to cut in the fat using this method). It is best to grate the butter using the coarse side of a box-grater and then freeze it until you need it. Freezing the butter prevents the fat from melting into the flour. The idea is to coat the fat particles with the flour. You are looking for a fat/flour combination that looks like very coarse bread crumbs with a few pieces of butter about the size of peas, the finer you make your fat pieces the more tender the crumb of your final scones. If you want very flaky scones then make the fat pieces large like Lima beans and only lightly coat them in the flour. If your kitchen is very hot you can refrigerate your flour so helping to keep the fat from melting. Don't freeze your flour as this will make it too difficult to rub the fat into the flour. (Typical usage about 1 to 8 tablespoons of fat per cup of flour).
Chemical raising agents â always use fresh raising agents, baking powder deteriorates within two months once the jar is opened, typical usage 1 to 2 teaspoons per cup. Baking powder nowadays is double action â there is an initial release of gas once the dry and wet ingredients are combined and there is another release of gas from the high heat of the oven. If you are using acidic ingredients (such as buttermilk, soured milk, honey, citrus juice, yoghurt, tomato sauce etc) then use an additional Â¼ teaspoon of baking soda per cup of liquid to help neutralise the acid and make the final baked product raise correctly. Baking soda is much stronger (x4) in raising power than baking powder. You can make you own single action baking powder by triple sifting together one part baking soda and two parts cream of tartar store in an airtight container. To check if your double action baking powder is fresh place 1/4 teaspoon in 1/2 cup of water it should bubble a lot, then microwave it for 30 secs it should bubble it again. To check your baking soda place 1/8 teaspoon into 1 tablespoon of vinegar (or lemon juice) it should bubble a lot.
Liquid â you can use milk (any sort), buttermilk, soured milk, yoghurt, half-and-half, cream, coconut cream, soda water, even lemon-flavoured soda pop (soft drink) or a combination of these as the liquid in your scones. You can sour regular milk with a tablespoon of cider vinegar or lemon juice for every cup. Just stir it in and let it sit for 10 minutes or so to curdle. Typical usage is 1/3 to 1/2 cup of liquid per cup of flour.
Salt â a small amount of salt (about Â¼ teaspoon per cup of flour) helps improve the action of the raising agents and enhances the flavour of the scones.
Baking pans â use dark coloured heavy weight baking pans as these have the best heat distribution and really give a great raise to your baked goods. Many people like to use cast iron skillets for best results.
Measuring cups and spoons â try to accurately measure all ingredients especially if this is your first attempt at making scones (biscuits) remember to scoop the ingredient into the measure and level with a knife. If you can weigh the flour using scales even better.
Scone (biscuit) cutters â use a cutter that is made of sharp thin metal with straight sides and is open at both ends this ensures that the scone will raise straight and evenly and ensures the cut scone is easy to remove from the cutter without compressing the dough. Try to avoid using cutters with wavy sides, thick walled cups, glasses, metal lids, small jars or any cutter with only one opening since it is difficult to remove the cut scones from these without compressing the dough therefore leading to 'tougher' scones. If you cannot get a good cutter you can cut out squares or wedges etc using a sharp knife if you wish.
Rolling pins â most scone doughs are very soft (and wet) so can be easily patted out using your fingers. For a large amount of dough you can use a rolling pin remember to use light pressure from the centre outwards to form an even thickness of dough ready to be cut into scones. Avoid rolling back and forth over the same area as this can overwork the dough.
Triple sift the dry ingredients â sift your dry ingredients from a height this permits plenty of air to be incorporated into the mixture which allows for maximum lightness in your scones and ensures even distribution of all the raising agents and other ingredients.
Rubbing in the fat â this is the stage where you can control how tender or flaky your final scone crumb will be. The more you coat your fat with flour and the smaller the particles of the final mixture, the more tender the end product because youâre retarding gluten formation in the flour (unfortunately the price you pay for this tenderness is that the final dough will be soft and might not raise very well since the gluten isn't developed enough to form a stable structure to trap the gases that are released when the dough is baked). Conversely the larger you leave the pieces of fat (the infamous "pea-sized" direction you always see in scone/biscuit recipes), the flakier the final scones will be (that is the gluten in this case is more developed but you might find that the final baked product is dry and the mouth feel of crumb could be too firm i.e. tough). So summarising the tenderness/flakiness of your scone is achieved in this stage by manipulating the size of the fat particles and how much of the flour is used to coat the fat (the more flour used to coat the fat promotes more tenderness while larger fat pieces promote more flakiness). Either way quickly rub in the grated frozen fat into the dry ingredients using
1)your finger tips â as you lightly rub and pinch the fat into the flour, lift it up high and let it fall back down into the bowl, this means that air is being incorporated all the time, and air is what makes scones light, continue this until you have the desired sized flour/fat particles in the mixture, or
2)a cold pastry cutter â begin by rocking the pastry cutter into the fat and flour mixture continue rocking until all the fat is coated in flour and the desired sized flour/fat particles are obtained.
Moistening and bringing the dough together - add nearly all of the liquid at once to the rubbed-in dry ingredients. When mixing the dough (I use a soft plastic spatula, my sister uses a knife), stir with some vigour from the bottom to the top and mix just until the dough is well-moistened and begins to just come together it will be wet (and sticky). And remember the old saying â the wetter the dough the lighter the scones (biscuits)!
Handling the dough â as most people know it is important not to overwork the dough but what isn't appreciated is that under-working is almost as common a mistake as overworking. Look at my first attempt (the first photo in this article) at making the challenge recipe it is crumbly and a bit leaden and the crumb isn't flaky at all this is due to under-working the dough and making the flour/fat particles too small, it took me about six batches to understand this and not be afraid to handle the dough so the scone (biscuit) would raise correctly. Under-working causes as many problems as overworking. Overworking leads to tough, dry and heavy scones while under-working leads to crumbly leaden ones. If you are not happy with your baked goods look carefully at your final scones (biscuits) and decide if you have under- or over-worked your dough.
Kneading or folding/turning the dough â this is the stage where you can control whether or not your scone has distinct layers by 1) only kneading the dough (for no layering effect) or 2) only turning and folding the dough (for a layering effect). As mentioned above given the same amounts of flour and fat, leaving larger pieces of fat equals more gluten formation and, therefore, flakiness. Leaving smaller pieces of fat equals less gluten formation and, therefore, tenderness. Your dough at this stage of the recipe will be a mixture of different gluten strengths since it is almost impossible to make a totally homogeneous dough at home. The major idea at this stage of the process is to exploit these gluten differences to achieve a desired degree of lamination (layering) in the final baked good. That is at this stage your dough (after you have added the liquid and mixed it until it just holds together), will have different layers of relatively gluten-rich (tougher) dough (the more floury parts of the dough), and layers of relatively gluten-free (tender-er) dough with small pieces of fat (the more fatty parts of the dough). So at this point if we only lightly knead the dough these layers will become less distinct which means the dough will become more homogeneous so producing a more even and more tender crumb when baked. But if at this stage you only fold and turn the dough (as shown below in pictures) over itself, these different layers will remain intact but will get thinner and thinner with each fold and turn, so when the fat melts and the liquid turns to steam in the oven, this steam pushes the tougher layers apart, leading to an overall flakiness and a layering effect in the scone crumb (see picture of the buttermilk biscuit above). So if you want an even more tender crumb just lightly knead (much like you would knead bread but with a very very light touch) the turned-out dough a few times until it looks smooth. If you want to form layers (laminations) in your final baked goods do a few folds and turns until it looks smooth. Always do at least one light knead to make the final dough structurally strong enough to raise and hold its shape whether you are aiming for a smooth tender crumb or a flaky layered crumb.
Pat or roll out the dough â since most scone (biscuit) doughs are soft (and sticky) it is best to use your fingers to gently pat out the dough once it has been kneaded or folded and turned. Use a very light touch with little pressure while forming the dough rectangle to be cut into rounds for the scones. If you want tall scones then pat out the dough tall, about 3/4 inch to 1 inch (2 cm to 2Â½ cm) thick is about right.
Cutting out your scones â use a well-floured scone (biscuit) cutter for each round that you stamp out from the dough. That is dip your cleaned cutter into fresh plain flour before each separate cut. Do not twist the cutter while stamping out the scone, push down firmly until you can feel the board then lift the cutter the round should stay inside the cutter then gently remove it from the cutter and place the round onto the baking dish. You can use a sharp knife to cut out other shapes if you wish from the dough, also the knife should be floured before each cut as well.
Baking your scones â always preheat your oven when baking scones. Place each scone almost touching onto the baking dish this encourages the scones to raise and also keeps the sides soft and moist. If you want crisp sides widely space your scones on the baking dish. Donât over-bake your scones. Over-baking for even a minute or two will dry your scones out. As soon as the sides begin to turn brown and are set, remove them from the oven. Immediately, place the scones on a wire rackâthe hot pan will continue to dry the scones.
Extra comments about resting the dough â I found in my researches that a number of respected sources mentioned resting the dough in various stages in the recipe. Surprisingly this advice is sound. I found that if you rested the just mixed dough (in the fridge) for 20 minutes there was a huge improvement in the dough's handling qualities and the final scones height, lightness and crumb were outstanding. Also I found that if you rest your patted out dough covered in plastic for 10 minutes in the fridge that the rounds are easier to stamp out and the final baked goods raise higher and have a better crumb. Also you can rest your stamped out rounds in the fridge for a couple of hours without harm so you can make your scones place them into the fridge and then at your leisure bake them later great for dinner parties etc. This is possible because modern baking powder is double action, i.e. there is another release of gas when you bake the rounds in the heat of the oven.
Problems with bitter after-taste or dry chalky mouth-feel
The biggest problem that scone/biscuits can sometimes have is an after-taste (sometimes described as metallic or a salty chemical taste) or the mouthfeel is dry and chalky (i.e. the crumb is tough and doesn't have enough moisture).
If the problem is the after-taste try these tips
See here for a comprehensive posting on baking powder/baking soda and how to use them in recipes.
See here for the most interesting discussion on the use of baking soda and baking powder
If the problem is the mouthfeel try these tips
The problem lopsided scones
About lop-sided scones this is usually caused by uneven cutting out of the scone. Some hints
1. Clean and flour the scone cutter (by rubbing off any wet dough and then dipping the cutter into fresh flour the entire height of the cutter) every time you stamp out each round. Remember not to twist when you are stamping out the scones. If you are using a knife remember to clean and flour it for each cut.
2. Try to pat out or roll out the dough as evenly as possible.
3. Did you sift the dry ingredients three times? (uneven distribution of ingredients can lead to uneven scones).
4. Try to get the scone out of the cutter by applying gentle even pressure on the entire scone circumference that way you do not compress just one place so making that area less tender so raising less when cooked.
5. Turn the cut scone upside down onto the baking dish, since this side will be flatter than the patted out top surface.
6. Only glaze the tops of the scone, a small amount of liquid on the sides will inhibit raise in that area.
7. Some people like to use a fork and prick some holes in the top of the unbaked scones supposedly this helps the scone raise evenly.
8. Also some people like to use their thumb and press a small hollow into the top of the scone supposedly this helps the scone raise evenly.
9. A good article about "making the perfect scone" see here it goes through a lot of the best scone recipes by master bakers.
10. Try this recipe and its method from Bakers' 911 which seems to make straight-sided scones even from wavy-sided cutters
How to test baking soda
1. Place a 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda into a tablespoon of vinegar it should bubble a lot.
How to test your single action baking powder
1. Place a teaspoon of baking powder into a cup, add 1/4 cup room temperature water it should bubble a lot.
How to test your double action baking powder
1. Place a teaspoon of baking powder into a cup, add 1/4 cup room temperature water it should bubble a lot.
2. Wait 30 secs and then place your cup into the microwave heat for about 30 secs until about 180F it should bubble again.
3. If it doesn't then discard and buy a new jar.
How to test your self-raising flour - add one tablespoon of S.R. flour into some hot water it should bubble a bit. Or try adding some vinegar and see if it bubbles. Usually SR flour is only good for about three months.
The problem an unreliable oven
1. Try and use heavy grade dark metal baking dishes which give the best heat distribution.
2. If your oven heating cycle is unreliable (varies the temperature a lot) lower the temperature to hot 220C (430F), preheat the oven along with a heavy metal baking dish for a good 20 mins then bake the scones on the baking dish which acts as a heat sink helping to bake the scones more evenly. Try to bake smaller sized scones which helps with a constantly varying temperature.
3. If your oven has hot spots which mine does just rotate the dish at about 3/4 of the total baking time.
The problem my dairy-free margarine doesn't do a good job of cutting in
1. Just melt the margarine and add it to the liquid and proceed as normal (this is the best you can do if the margarine is "bad for cutting-in or just bad for scones" in the first place).
Mandatory Items: You must make one batch of basic scones (i.e. basic biscuits using the North American name). The challenge recipe has been designed to be fast, very cheap and easy to follow so allowing for multiple attempts to be made until you can achieve your desired result. I encourage you to make a couple of batches to see how small changes in technique can obtain vastly different final baked products. I estimate all of my 16 experimental batches cost less than $4 and took about four hours, so please do take this opportunity to explore the possibilities of the different techniques and advice that have been presented here in this challenge. I have included a number of links to the most popular scone (biscuit) recipes (and variations) in a number of countries feel free to use these if you can make a good basic scone (biscuit) already.
Variations allowed: A number of variations (cheese and chives, herb, etc) on the basic challenge recipe are included use them if you wish.
Preparation time: Scones: Preparation time less than 10 minutes. Baking time about 10 minutes.
Large mixing bowl
Measuring cups and spoons (optional)
Flour Sifter (optional)
Scone (biscuit) cutter (optional) or knife (optional)
Dough scraper (optional)
Weighing scale (optional)
Cooling rack (optional)
Pastry brush (optional)
Basic Scones (a.k.a. Basic Biscuits)
Servings: about eight 2-inch (5 cm) scones or five 3-inch (7Â½ cm) scones
Recipe can be doubled
1 cup (240 ml) (140 gm/5 oz) plain (all-purpose) flour
2 teaspoons (10 ml) (10 gm) (â oz) fresh baking powder
Â¼ teaspoon (1Â¼ ml) (1Â½ gm) salt
2 tablespoons (30 gm/1 oz) frozen grated butter (or a combination of lard and butter)
approximately Â½ cup (120 ml) cold milk
optional 1 tablespoon milk, for glazing the tops of the scones
1. Preheat oven to very hot 475Â°F/240Â°C/gas mark 9.
2. Triple sift the dry ingredients into a large bowl. (If your room temperature is very hot refrigerate the sifted ingredients until cold.)
3. Rub the frozen grated butter (or combination of fats) into the dry ingredients until it resembles very coarse bread crumbs with some pea-sized pieces if you want flaky scones or until it resembles coarse beach sand if you want tender scones.
4. Add nearly all of the liquid at once into the rubbed-in flour/fat mixture and mix until it just forms a sticky dough (add the remaining liquid if needed). The wetter the dough the lighter the scones (biscuits) will be!
5. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured board, lightly flour the top of the dough. To achieve an even homogeneous crumb to your scones knead very gently about 4 or 5 times (do not press too firmly) the dough until it is smooth. To achieve a layered effect in your scones knead very gently once (do not press too firmly) then fold and turn the kneaded dough about 3 or 4 times until the dough has formed a smooth texture. (Use a floured plastic scraper to help you knead and/or fold and turn the dough if you wish.)
6. Pat or roll out the dough into a 6 inch by 4 inch rectangle by about Â¾ inch thick (15Â¼ cm by 10 cm by 2 cm thick). Using a well-floured 2-inch (5 cm) scone cutter (biscuit cutter), stamp out without twisting six 2-inch (5 cm) rounds, gently reform the scraps into another Â¾ inch (2 cm) layer and cut two more scones (these two scones will not raise as well as the others since the extra handling will slightly toughen the dough). Or use a well-floured sharp knife to form squares or wedges as you desire.
7. Place the rounds just touching on a baking dish if you wish to have soft-sided scones or place the rounds spaced widely apart on the baking dish if you wish to have crisp-sided scones. Glaze the tops with milk if you want a golden colour on your scones or lightly flour if you want a more traditional look to your scones.
8. Bake in the preheated very hot oven for about 10 minutes (check at 8 minutes since home ovens at these high temperatures are very unreliable) until the scones are well risen and are lightly coloured on the tops. The scones are ready when the sides are set.
9. Immediately place onto cooling rack to stop the cooking process, serve while still warm.
Variations on the Basic recipe
Buttermilk â follow the Basic recipe above but replace the milk with buttermilk, add Â¼ teaspoon of baking soda, increase the fat to 4 tablespoons, in Step 3 aim of pea-sized pieces of fat coated in flour, in Step 5 fold and turn the dough, rounds are just touching in the baking dish, glaze with buttermilk.
Australian Scone Ring (Damper Ring) â follow the Basic recipe above but decrease the fat to 1 tablespoon, in Step 3 aim of fine beach sand sized pieces of fat coated in flour, in Step 5 knead the dough, in Step 7 form seven rounds into a ring shape with the eighth round as the centre, glaze with milk.
Cream â follow the Basic recipe above but replace the milk with cream, add Â¼ teaspoon of baking soda, in Step 3 aim of beach sand sized pieces of fat coated in flour, in Step 5 knead the dough, rounds are just touching in the baking dish, glaze with cream.
Cheese and Chive â follow the Basic recipe above but add Â¼ teaspoon of baking soda, after Step 2 add Â½ teaspoon sifted mustard powder, Â¼ teaspoon sifted cayenne pepper (optional), Â½ cup (60 gm/2 oz) grated cheese and 2 tablespoons finely chopped chives into the sifted ingredients, in Step 3 aim of beach sand sized pieces of fat coated in flour, in Step 5 knead the dough, rounds are widely spaced in the baking dish, sprinkle the rounds with cracked pepper.
Fresh Herb â follow the Basic recipe above but after Step 3 add 3 tablespoons finely chopped herbs (such as parsley, dill, chives etc).
Sweet Fruit â follow the Basic recipe above but after Step 3 add Â¼ cup (45 gm) dried fruit (e.g. sultanas, raisins, currents, cranberries, cherries etc) and 1 tablespoon (15 gm) sugar.
Wholemeal â follow the Basic recipe above but replace half of the plain flour with wholemeal flour.
Wholemeal and date â follow the Basic recipe above but replace half of the plain flour with wholemeal flour and after Step 3 add Â¼ cup (45 gm) chopped dates and 1 tablespoon (15 gm) sugar.
Pictorial guide to the challenge recipe
I was at my brother's house and we had a hankering for a baked treat so I decided to make the challenge recipe also I needed some photos of the challenge recipe being made for this posting. My brother isn't a cook, all he had to hand as equipment was concerned was a mixing bowl,a thin walled 20 cm (8 inch) cake tin and a knife, he didn't even have a cup measure only mugs so I improvised.
As you can see in the collage below I roughly chopped some butter (I eye-balled about 2 tablespoons) and froze it. Then I throw the frozen cubed butter onto one mug of cold self-raising flour I couldn't sift the flour since my brother doesn't own a sifter. Then I proceeded to rub in the butter with my fingers until I got pea-sized fat pieces coated in flour.
I added the liquid (Â½ mug of cold lite-milk) to the rubbed-in fat/flour mixture until I got a sticky dough I turned this out onto a floured board, I lightly floured the top of the sticky dough then I kneaded it once then I patted it out into a rectangular shape then I proceeded to fold and turn the dough. Notice that you fold 1/3 of the dough over itself then the other 1/3 over that and turn it 90Â° degrees. Notice the lines on the broad this will help you understand how to do the folding and the turning.
I did a couple more folds and turns and used a well-floured knife to cut out squares of prepared dough.
Here is a close-up of the finish patted-out dough notice how you can see the fat particles in the dough this is what causes flakiness in the final baked scone.
I used the inverted cake tin as my baking dish and baked the scones in a very hot oven for 10 minutes they worked out really well I thought. Notice the nice central lamination in the scone and the great crumb and how well they rose in height.
I placed two unbaked scones in the fridge to test whether resting them for 20 minutes helped improve the raise of the final baked product. As you can see the left scone and the middle scone are taller than the right scone which was baked immediately after it was cut out from the dough. So don't worry if you cannot bake the scones straight away they do better with a little resting time.
Videos of my sister making scones (baking powder biscuits) â using a very popular Australian recipe
Part 1 â my sister making the scones (baking powder biscuits)
Part 2 â my sister showing off her scones (baking powder biscuits)
Pictures of my sister's scones
Storage & Freezing Instructions/Tips:
Scones are best eaten warm. Scones (biscuits) are really easy to store â bag the cooked and cooled scones and freeze until needed then reheat in a moderate hot for a few minutes.
Australiaâs most popular scone recipe uses lemon-flavoured soda pop and cream as the liquid
A great English scone recipe this uses more sugar and fat and has an egg
Classic Southern Buttermilk Biscuits recipe by Alton Brown
An index of North American recipes
Another index of North American recipes
Three great Australian recipes
An index of Irish recipes
An interesting discussion on âwhat makes a scone a sconeâ
Videos of Alton Brown making biscuits (scones) with his granny (super cute to watch)
Episode one ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3QuQSdjMVE)
Episode two (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qcz4JQUwY9Q)
Links to advice about chemical raising agents
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Feliz San Isidro 2017 a todos los madrileÃ±os y madrileÃ±as. Y a los que no lo son pero viven en esta preciosa ciudad tambiÃ©n. Nos queda un largo fin de semana por delante y dicen que hoy sÃ¡bado vuelven las buenas temperaturas y dejarÃ¡ de llover asÃ que un tiempo fantÃ¡stico para ir a la pradera el lunes a tomarse unos bocatas de entresijos y una refrescante limonada.
La reuniÃ³n de ayer empezÃ³ en petit comitÃ© y acabo que casi nos echan del local con el cierre. Y es que cuando uno estÃ¡ tan bien charlando se te pasan las horas volando.
Empecemos con la minicrÃ³nica.
Cristina F ha retomado los calcetines BLY que empezÃ³ hace algÃºn tiempo y que tenÃa ahÃ aparcados o, mejor dicho, que los volviÃ³ a empezar y ya va por el segundo. EstÃ¡ utilizando lana Cascade Heritage Solids en un color mostaza que me tiene enamoradita perdida.
Elena S sigue con el chal de flores. Tuvo que volver a empezar para cambiar la numeraciÃ³n del ganchillo para que quedara mas suave y mullidito y ya lo tiene mas que encaminado. Seguro que a su hermana le va a encantar. Las lanas, sorprendentemente, son de una tienda de todo a 100 y tienen unos colores que la fotografÃa no les hace justicia, pero es que no atinaba a hacer la foto sin que hiciera sombra ...
Eva con el jersey que ella misma estÃ¡ diseÃ±ando sobre la marcha con un calado que le vio a Pilar y que le gustÃ³ tanto que decidiÃ³ incorporarlo a su labor. EstÃ¡ pensando en hacerle tambiÃ©n unas mangas con el mismo motivo. Va despacito pero animada porque ya va viendo resultados. La lana que estÃ¡ utilizando es candena merino extrafino de katia.
Joao terminÃ³ su monedero de ganchillo y estÃ¡ contenta con el resultado. Ahora estÃ¡ empezando el chal Interlude de Lisa Hannes. Le ha costado acertar con la aguja correcta para la lana que estÃ¡ utilizando hasta que se ha decidido por menos numeraciÃ³n de la que indica el patrÃ³n. La lana es la baby Melbourne de Ornaghi Filati. El reto de este chal, segÃºn nos cuenta, es el calado de la banda de en medio.
Y aquÃ la menda lerenda, Siona, que deshice lo tejido la semana pasada del jersey Princess Fiona con baby alpaca silk de drops porque me habÃa confundido en la zona del calado (nota mental, pon siempre marcadores chata), y la parte perfeccionista de mi decidiÃ³ tirar del hilo ... Ahora ya estÃ¡ viento en popa a toda vela pero quizÃ¡s acabe haciendo algunas modificaciones al patrÃ³n en cuanto a los aumentos.
TambiÃ©n pasÃ³ un ratito con nosotros Patricia, pero le dimos mas a la musculatura mandibular que a ejercer la noble aficiÃ³n de tejer.
Entonces Â¿nos vemos el viernes que viene? misma hora, mismo sitio.
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|Manhattan Digestâs 2014 Oscar Chat|
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|Spotlight: 10 Questions with Hub Member Marlene Welzl|
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|Ask Me Anything: The GayMA You've All Been Waiting For|
Welp. It's Apocalypse Eve here at The Money Shot. G$ bumped Mrs. Ward...and Lacey I guess, out of the hot seat in a move that will never be forgiven. I bet Mrs. Ward would have had some boiling hot takes. But I felt the right thing to do was grant the slave master of this site his wish; An AMA done by your favorite blogger's favorite blogger. Enjoy.
Ace: I prefer the ol Facebook chat for the AMA's. I'm gonna send u the ones that got submitted so far first. Then send u the real gay ones after I'm drunk at beerfest. I would like you to ask G$ how many times on average he jerks off each week?
G$: What I do in the privacy of my own office bathroom stall is my business. More than zero...way less than hourly
Ace: How emasculated are you on a daily basis with a daughter, wife, and a beagle that gets picked on by other neighborhood toughs?
G$: Jesus Christ...this is obvz from Ide because only a childless shit-dick would think that baby gender actually matters. I'm not of 17th century British nobility so having an heir matters little. So to answer the stupid ass question, I feel fully masculine.
Ace: You eat steak medium well like a spade. Iceman prefers fanta. So, who is the bigger asshole when they walk into a Denny's; you or Iceman? (I was fucking dying when I first saw this question, well done)
G$: Iceman lives in Florida so we might have to go to Shoney's. I've eaten at Denny's once in the last 20+ years and it was 6 hours after visiting Prime. I ordered a burger that was 90% grease and I didn't eat it. But I also did not send it back because I was afraid what would come out next. Ice treats servers like filth so definitely he would be the bigger ass while I constantly apologize.
Ace: AMA for G$: Be real. How many times have you used that flesh light?
G$: You have to admit that it was a baller move to win the DFL and make Dut buy me a sex toy trophy. I don't have the exact number in my head but it isn't more than five times. It is more for show these days. But yeah, you shouldn't ever ask to touch it.
Ace: If you could bro out w/ any athlete, who would it be and why?
G$: Gronk. Easy. You are guaranteed getting laid by multiple skanks and will get shithouse drunk. I kept it in my race because I have no clue how I would handle going clubbing with black guys.
Ace: What songs would be included in a "faves of G$" playlist?
G$: I'm starting to get into Band of Horses as The Funeral is such an ELITE song. My iTunes account is packed with Big Tymers, Eminem, Pearl Jam, Tony Bataska songs for some reason but they do get better with each listen, and I'm down with Vance Joy. For my money, and I know that Iceman will agree, Hunger Strike by Temple of the Dog is the greatest song of all time.
Ace: Favorite and least favorite commenter?
G$: Favorite is Prime simply because it was this site that reconnected us after 20 years. It's cool when the Internet works in a positive way. Least favorite are those that quit. May their shit names never be spoken again.
Ace: That's a fucking copout response. Who is ur least favorite commenter
G$: Fine. Least is Cakes who just disappeared without even giving a sad excuse.
Ace: What was the ultimate deciding factor in shutting it down?
G$: You have no idea how much the garbage fucking trash NFL season hurt my soul. This was BAD. When you add in ohio Buckeyes winning as well, that did not help. Basically, I lost my passion for the craft (not Aaron Craft though because he is a faggot)
G$: By the way, original Coors is a rock solid cheap beer.
Ace: The banquet beer is white trash toilet water.
Ace: What's the best beer you've ever had?
G$: I am no snob on this but I've always loved a big ass stein of Spaten.
Ace: Are you sending me coordinates to a cock party?
G$: I don't think I am.
Ace: This was sent from you:
G$: I was unaware of this...I like our relationship where it is.
Ace: What's better, life without kids or with it better?
G$: That's a good question. You're definitely more busy with one in tow. Sometimes I miss my lazy ass weekends and nights out with the bros but I love having a kid. I don't expect the childless to understand this sentiment.
Ace: 2nd question from Drew: If you had to have sexual relations with one commenter or else your beautiful spawn would be shipped to Syria, who would it be?
G$: I want to go with a guy who has been there before and would be discreet. So spread dem cheeks, Dut!
Ace: Marry, Fuck, Kill: RG3, Big Ben, Travis Prentice
G$: Kill Ben that's easy. Marry Prentice. And I've been saying it a lot this year anyway but fuck RG3.
Ace: Your top 5 porn stars ever.
G$: 1. Jenna Jameson and the rest in no particular order are Gianna Michaels, Brooklyn Chase, Briana Banks, and pre-BBW Carmella Bing edges out Amy Reid and Tera Patrick
Ace: *Googles Brooklyn Chase* She's well equipped.
Ace: If you could pick one job for the rest of your life, what would it be? And it has to be a job...not lotto stud.
G$: Lotto stud seems pretty sweet but I've always liked the looks of Ron Swanson's gig on Parks & Rec. I think that he is the Parks Director. You hire good people and do nothing yourself. Plus, working for a city's Parks Department is enjoyable. I know from experience, dude. Also: rock star would be badass
Ace: Pick 1: Cavs title, Redskins title or Miami winning BCS Bowl. The one you pick happens, but the others are guaranteed not to happen for another 25 years.
G$: You mean that if I don't pick the Redhawks to win a BCS Bowl then they won't for 25 years? How horrible! I want Dan Snyder to die ringless so I'm picking the Cavs just so I can hold it over all those losers up there that they are winners because of me
Ace: If it were Redhawks win a Natty you would pick that....right?
G$: Yes I would pick a national title obvz
Ace: Another user submitted question: Where is Cakes?
G$: That's what I want to know. I ain't gonna beg but we deserve an explanation
Ace: Hall Pass: You can bang one chick with She$'s blessing and no guilt. Who is it?
G$: Dolph Lundgren but if he's too busy with Iceman, put me down for Anne Hathaway.
Ace: That's the worst choice ever.
Ace: Why did you start the blog?
G$: TUNE IN TOMORROW BECAUSE G$ BIG TIMED(NOT BIG TYMED) ME AND WILL ANSWER THAT TOMORROW.
Ace: Don't make me go all whiny Bobby Costas on you.
G$: Well, I need something for the finale, god dammit
Ace: How did you come up with The Money Shot as the name? What was the second choice for blog name?
G$: The name was part of a poll I conducted in the early days. TMS won while The Mustache Ride finished second. To be honest, I was pulling for the latter. Maybe 10 people voted so it was way more successful than a non-presidential general election.
Ace: What's your favorite Stube story?
G$: Stube memory - Every once in a while back in the not-married days, I would work the door. Burke used to bartend on Sundays so if it was a three day weekend, I would check IDs for him. Checking IDs is pretty boring so I used to fuck with people and accuse them of having fakes to see what they would do. One douche did not care for this move (it was a pretty obvious "I'm just fucking with you vibe") and told me to go fuck myself. So I frisbee flung his ID out into the middle of the parking lot and told him to never come back. It felt great.
Ace: That's fantastic.
G$: By the way, the Stube Door gig came with 40 bucks at the end of the night and all the beer/shots that I could drink. It was a GREAT job but probably not what Kempton wanted his door guy to do. Fuck him and the Seahawks.
Ace: What was the apex of The Money Shot? Like was there a time period where page views were really up and you thought you or TMS could go big time?
G$: Apex...I used to put together a lot of list posts before Buzzfeed killed lists forever that would get linked at a lot of the big boy sites. But the problem with the internet is that now days everything that you think of, someone has already done better. Five years ago, that wasn't necessarily the case. I think that my Sweatiest Coaches in College Hoops is the all-time traffic leader with something like 40K hits in one day...The part about where I envisioned the site to go is going to be a part of Wednesday.
Ace: What 3 posts would you say were your finest work? Or are you covering that tomorrow too.
G$: My God, you are asking me to pick three favorites out of 9+ years? This truly is a hard-hitting GayMA! The hardest one that I ever wrote was the day after my dog got hit by a car. That one was tough. Back when commenters getting married was fast and furious, I always enjoyed the pre-wedding day advice posts. And I think that my favorite post here was when I ran Denard through Gruden's FFCA segment. Also: The BRAHs 4 Life.
Ace: A late commenter question: Ask him what he plans to do to fill the void of ego inflation from internet trolls?
G$: That's a thing that I am concerned about. I am the Slumlord of Baltic Avenue here. Once the slum closes tomorrow, then what? I pretty much only have one goal left anyway and that is to get TBone fired from The Fan.
Ace: How about what was your favorite post of mine and Ice? Or at least the one that sticks out above the rest of Icemans cock jokes?
G$: Will you ever live down May The Forcier Be With You? I think not. It was not your best effort but no one will ever forget it. I always enjoyed Iceman and I's mock drafts and, without him going to the Friday's on Airport Hwy every night, we would have never met the Harbaugh Boys as who they really are.
Ace: I need to go back and read that post. Tater really fucked me there. Also, I actually own a shirt that says "May the Forcier be With You".
Ace: Top 3 Big Tymers songs?
G$: 1. #1 Stunna 2. Rocky 3. Big Ballin...not a big fan of Still Fly for some reason.
Ace: Why does everybody hate Dut?
G$: He's a weasel that openly brags about groomed stubble
Ace: As I'm in the middle of cooking a feast right now, What is the best meal you could make?
G$: I work well with pork and I'm good with seasoning. Put me down for a grilled Cajun chop with bacon and cheese rotini as a side. I make that shit from scratch. Roux brah!
Ace: What do you really think happened to Cakes? My theory is he went into mourning after Ice left for Florida and couldn't take having Internet TAEKS with him and not being able to touch his face.
G$: Probably something simple like he's too dumb and felt inadequate around such brilliant takesmiths
Ace: Are you afraid of Mrs Ward? I am.
G$: Nah she married a turd sandwich.
Ace: Why aren't you protecting your dog?
G$: I wish I knew. Someone remind me in the comments to bring closure to that story. I come off like a stud.
Ace: I have my doubts.
Ace: Any sage advice for me as I am 5 months away from fatherhood?
G$: Honestly, it's easier than you think. I am NOT saying that it's easy but I built it up in head as worse than a lifetime hourly convo with Jeff but it's not. Keep a level head. Shit is going to happen. Also, do not seek to watch your kid come out. You don't want that.
Ace: I decided long ago that I would not move below the waist when it was time. No man needs to see that.
Ace: Would you ever move back to Naptown?
G$: I highly doubt it. I've long grown out of my fondness of small town America. And I don't need the in laws showing up unannounced.
Ace: Who do you predict will show up for Ribfest?
G$: The usuals will be there. Dut won't. I'm calling two Sauls and Lacey to bring one of not both of his bro in laws
Ace: Do you ever get tired of being called a ginger/lacking a soul?
G$: Someone get this n-word an urban dictionary. One of the many kids he left behind might have one.
Ace: I'll take that as a yes.
Ace: What's your favorite app on your phone, other than PROBOARDS.
G$: My least favorite is espn. Twitter is the best. I was so wrong about it.
Ace: What is the first thing you do when you get home from work?
G$: I work out. Get it over with before my ladies get home and I need to focus on being a mediocre husband and father
Ace: What sports team do you hate the most, other than the Redskins?
G$: Dallas Cowboys
Ace: How many times can you wear dress pants before washing them? Not being able to wear sweatpants to work is really throwing me off.
G$: Twice on the pants. Jeans can go weeks
Ace: That's fucking absurd. I'm wearing dress pants at least 6 times before they get washed, or drycleaned, right IDE?
Ace: How many people have touched your b-hole?
Ace: I think we've hit on just about everything. Anything else you would like to add?
G$: Nah. I'm good.
Ace: It was my pleasure allowing you to pleasure me in this interview
|YOU THINK YOU'RE BETTER THAN ME?!?!?|
I'm getting away from myself. Anyway...there are these articles being shared that are written by bartenders and servers loudly boasting about all the things they can't stand about the people they serve on a daily basis. A "dos" and "donts" as a customer, if you will. Oh, really?
First of all, you're a server. You're doing a job that business owners and managers entrust to immature, teenagers that specialize in fucking up. You are 100% replaceable so don't act like you're saving the fucking world here. Second of all, if you hate all this shit and the people you serve so much...GET A DIFFERENT FUCKING JOB. You are literally the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to the work force. I respect janitors more. So GIVE IT A REST on these bitching lists or do something else for a living.
After (regretfully) reading these hilarious lists, I have decided to concoct my own list of "dos" and "donts" for people responsible for serving me food. If you get to air your grievances then I think it's only right that I get to air mine.
1. Don't act annoyed that I'm there
The only time you're allowed to act like a cock is if some asshole waltzes in 10 minutes before close. Because that's a fucking dick move. Taco Bell closes at 3am. Go shove that in your fat, lazy mouth, loser. I have a 30 minute rule that I operate by. If you close in 30 minutes or less...I won't come in. Because that's rude as fuck, IMO. But if you close in 40 minutes then you're fair game. So if I'm giving you that courtesy, then I expect it back, fucko. Don't roll your damn eyes at me if I walk in at 9:20 and you close at 10.
2. Know the menu
If the menu says "a starch" comes as a side and you can't name that starch, it makes you look like a moronic toad. Not to mention that it also happens to be YOUR FUCKING JOB to know. Let's not gloss over that. And for the love of Baby Jesus's dirty diapers...don't tell me that "you think" the starch is mashed potatoes and then bring me grits. Because I fucking hate grits. Have you ever bit into grits expecting it to be mashed potatoes because that's what your server told you? There are no words to describe the fury.
3. Remember my order
Listen. No onions is a pretty simple request and pretty easy to remember, I would think. If you have problems remembering things that were discussed about 8 seconds ago then write it down on your standard restaurant issued goofy little notepad thing. Don't act like Johnny Fuckin Know-it-all and forget I hate onions by the time you get back to the kitchen because you can't stop starting at hostess Monica's barely 18 tits. No one likes a hero, pal. And another thing. If you fuck up my order, don't go back to the kitchen and have one of the high school drop outs working the grill just scrape off what I don't like with his nut skin. Re-do it. You're the one who fucked up. Not me.
4. I'm not a professional eater
More times than not, I utilize the appetizer page of the menu. Fuck off, I like to eat. Just because I eat like a hog doesn't mean I care to look like one too. So wait until I've finished my appetizer before you bring anything that has to do with my main course, dick smack. I don't even give a rat's ass if you take my entree order WHILE I'm enjoying my appetizer. Go nuts, if you must. Just don't shove everything I ordered in front of me all at once. I'm not Joey Fucking Chestnut. I'm not housing everything in under 6 minutes. Furthermore, I don't care to ruin any shirt sleeves from unknowingly dipping them into the marinara trough as I reach for my double bacon cheeseburger.
5. Pet names
These are annoying. Don't use them. I'm not a "hun" or a "sweetie" or a "babe". I'm a fucking man with a fucking name that you don't need to know or use. Your job isn't to get to know me on a personal level. Your job is to take my order (correctly) and make sure Billy Trailer Park in the back cooks it right without doing anything illegal to it. That's it. Pretty simple.
This pisses me off like no other. I don't know how everyone else here is, but I must have a beverage at all times while eating. I just do, okay? I shouldn't have to stop you as you pass by my table for the 5th time and beg for a refill after my drink has been empty for 10 minutes. I know you've had a tough night because you just got 30 Snapchats of your girlfriend getting finger slammed in some college guy's TransAm but don't take your grief out on my thirst. I'm sure you have "a lot of tables" but making sure my drink is always full goes a long way towards that tip you think you deserve so much.
Here's my philosophy on tipping. You have to fucking earn it. I'm not going to automatically tip the suggested 20% if you've been a dead fish all night. I can't stand it when I get reminded that servers rely on tips to survive. Oh yeah?? Then they better do their fucking best at earning those tips, now shouldn't they? And if I'm paying in cash then bring me back bill denominations conducive to tipping properly. Instead of giving a ten and two fives, bring out a ten, a five and five ones. That's serving 101, dick head. If you don't give me proper tipping change then that shitty tip is on you, hoss.
8. Check, please.
I hear this a lot...in the whiniest, most nasally voice ever. "I hate it when people stay too long after their meal. They don't realize I make more money by flipping tables faster." Is that a fact? That's odd because it always takes forfuckingever to get my check and have you process it. The checkout process should take no more than 5 minutes. Drop check off, fill another table's drinks, come back to me, take check with my cash/card inside, swipe card or cash out, bring back, goodbye forever. Simple. I don't want to be there any longer than you want me to be there, shit lips. So let's do each other a fucking favor and speed this whole process up.
Eight is an odd number to end on but whatever. This was strictly off the top of my head with no real structure. Just an angry retort to asshole servers who think they're better than the people they serve. So shove that up your asses, dick wads. You guys think you're so fucking perfect but guess what? You suck just as much, if not more, than the shit heels you serve and bitch about on the Internet. The same people you rely on to put gas in your Honda Civic that gets you to community college you'll never finish. I hope you enjoyed your dining experience with the Iceman today. I'm here to make the world a better, more hate filled place for all.
To remark on how seamless our online and natural worlds have become is ho-hum these days, but last week as I slurped morning coffee and chatted online with a former Mai Mai rebel (whom Iâll call âDikembeâ) in turbulent eastern DR Congo, I found new reason to pause. Exchanging views on our perennial topicâsolutions to Congoâs problemsâfelt as natural as the morning paper, but his statements resisted their usual meaning and tugged at me the rest of day. The part that recycled in my mind went a bit like this:
Dikembe: Things are bad in EDRC, Kabila [the president] canât manage the situation.
Me: What does he manage? Nothing new there.
D: Thatâs why we reject him.
D: So how many Congolese have to die before the international community pays attention?
Me: The int'l community is impotent, youâve seen that countless times. You have a government, ask them. You elected Kabila, why did you choose him? Or are you saying the elections were a fraud?
D: Aha, now you understand me perfectly. We are hearing that even his own security forces are moving against him. Only the international community can save us now.
In a previous episode of Congoâs tumult Dikembe and I worked together disarming combatants and reintegrating them into civilian life. Many were minors, Dikembeâs former subordinates from different local militias. Our program offered vocational training and the tools to start new businesses but few ex-combatants took it seriously. Most went along with the programs to kill time, selling the clothes and tools they received for cash. A lesson for us was that the adrenaline of pillage and the instant authority of the gun had become integral to their identity, defining them long after the firing stopped. Many ex-combatants, especially children, remained fiercely loyal to former commanders, rejecting their families and all forms of authority. Psychologically they were listless and volatile, preferring the bustle and relative anonymity of towns to the monotony and awkward familiarity of village life. Dikembe was no hero, but sage enough not to follow the herd. I watched him adapt to civilian life in wartime, a humbling series of privations, as he resisted the lure of easy money and influence through armed crime and extortion.
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La société Solar Développement est spécialisée dans l'installation de panneaux solaires autrement appelés panneaux photovoltaïques. Ce procédé permet d'utiliser des ressources naturelles et notamment celles du soleil.
Grâce aux panneaux photovoltaïques une habitation peut (si ce n'est totalement) subvenir à une grande partie de ses besoins en électricité et l'excédent produit par l'installation n'est jamais perdu car il peut se vendre à EDF.
S'équiper en panneaux solaires photovoltaïques est aujourd'hui un geste non seulement écologique mais également très rentable. Car l'achat de l'équipement donne droit à l'ouverture d'un crédit d'impôt dès lors que l'installateur est agréé.
Solar développement est une entreprise active et reconnue pour son engagement et son travail de qualité en matière d'installation de générateurs photovoltaïques. Elle est titulaire de l'appelation QUALI PV 2009.
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Le plan d'action fait l'objet d'un pilotage tant par le comité de direction que par des comités opérationnels et s'inscrit dans une démarche d'amélioration continue. Des résultats sont déjà visibles. Voici quelques exemples par axe :
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|Harvard revokes admission of students based on what was said in a private(?) chat room||Harvard revoked the admission of 10 students (see here) based on what the students said in a private (can't have been too private) chat room.|
(ADDED later upon reflection- Harvard has only confirmed that there is a clause students are made
aware of about immaturity and moral character. As for the reason for the revoking- we only have
what is reported and that comes from the students. Are the students trustworthy on this? Given that they are being expelled for moral reasons... But more seriously we really don't' know. I just want to caution that we do not know the full story and never will. Note that Harvard is not legally allowed to disclose why they revoked, while the students can say what they want. For an example of how off a reported story can be see this though I am sure you all know other examples.)
Normally I would be aghast (and I may still be aghast) because of the slippery slope:
Today you revoke admissions because students mock sexual assault, the Holocaust, and the death of children, and call the hypothetical hanging of a Mexican child ``pinata time''
Tomorrow you revoke admissions because a student is a Trump Supporter. (Readers: I assume that you would find revoking admission because a student is a Trump supporter to be disgusting and absurd.)
I felt strongly against this and sought out some other viewpoints. Here are some:
1) Harvard is within their rights to do this legally according to what they agree to when they accept you. This is true. This is also irrelevant- I am interested in if its the right thing to do, not if its legal.
2) The content of the chat rooms indicates a lack of moral character. This is a stronger argument. However the nebulousness of ``moral character'' reminds me of the origin of taking moral character into account: it was an excuse to let in less Jews (see the book t Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, see The Chosen: The hidden history of admissions and exclusion a review here). Jews do not have less moral char, but it was used as an excuse to admit less of them. Even though in the case at hand moral char is a legit issue, the history of the use of this issue bothers me. Slippery slope again.
3) For crying out loud bill, LIFE is a Slippery Slope! You have to draw the line somewhere! And wherever you draw it, these kids are over that line. This argument, combined with the moral-point of item 2, I do find compelling.
4) Here is a one border (I do not know if it was crossed): If a student personally attacks another student then this is grounds for revoking. Sounds good but what constitutes a personal attack?
Counter argument: : Whenever a disgusting point of view is censored or punished the conversation shifts from
That is a disgusting point of view
Free Speech! Oppressing unpopular views!
I would rather the conversation be about why the point of view is wrong (or disgusting) rather than on Free Speech.
Right now I am 75% against the revoking of the students admissions. This has no effect- I am not in any position of power, I won't give less money to Harvard (I am an alum-Grad school, which is why I noticed the story in the first place). I find the question interesting and, more than usual, welcome your comments. Based on your comments that 75 might change! In either direction!
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|My 10 Favorite Things About Living and Teaching in Korea||I'm two days away from leaving Korea. In two years of living here, I have developed deeply ambivalent feelings about both my experience here and the society itself. A couple days ago, I was re-reading The Prophet, and I was surprised to find a section that echoed my feelings about leaving Korea:|
The hero has been in a strange land for twelve years and upon seeing the ship that will return him to his homeland...
"the gates of his heart were flung open, and his joy flew far over the sea. And he closed his eyes and prayed in the silences of his soul.
But as he descended the hill, a sadness came upon him, and he thought in his heart: How shall I go in peace and without sorrow? Nay, not without a wound in the spirit shall I leave this city.
Long were the days of pain I have spent within its walls, and long were the nights of aloneness; and who can depart from his pain and his aloneness without regret?
Too many fragments of the spirit have I scatterd in these streets, and too many are the children of my longing that walk naked among these hills, and I cannot withdraw from them without a bruden and an ache.
It is not a garment I cast off this day, but a skin that I tear with my own hands.
Nor is it a thought I leave behind me, but a heart made sweet with hunger and with thirst.
Yet I cannot tarry longer.
The sea that calls all things unto her calls me, and I must embark.
For to stay, though the hours burn in the night, is to freeze and crystallize and be bound in a mould."
A bit dramatic perhaps, but it really nails how I'm feeling. But, moving along... last week I posted my 10 least favorite things about living and teaching here, and here are my 10 favorite things about living and teaching here, plus a few runners-up.
Ice cream bars -- This didn't make the top ten because it has been absolutely disastrous for my fitness. At every convenience store, and they're everywhere, there is a freezer full of delicious ice cream on a stick in every flavor you could imagine and more (one of my favorites is a chocolate bar on a stick, surrounded with "nano-silver vanilla", coated with chocolate and peanuts, another is melon, another still is watermelon flavored and shaped ice cream with hazelnut seeds). A full price bar is 700 won ($.55), and most places sell them at half price. I don't know how that can be profitable (and I probably don't want to), but it sure does make for a delicious, fattening summer.
Elders' robustness -- Before the monsoon came with its endless days of rain, I was playing tennis every morning with a 64 year old man that was in nearly as good of shape as I am. I never saw him eat an ice cream bar. On my way to school, I routinely see 80-something year old men and women hunched over working in the fields, digging up potatoes or planting chili pepper plants. I've never seen them eating ice cream bars either.
Lack of zoning -- Where I come from, an area is either commercial or residential, so people end up driving a lot. Here, everything is mixed together, so people walk. On one level, it's nice to have a convenience store (with ice cream bars) in the same building as my apartment. On another level, it gets people out in the streets and creates a mixing of people and a sense of community involvement that I think we could use more of at home.
Free time -- I am ambivalent about this. Every single day here, I've had hours of free time. I play guitar, watch TV, read, watch movies, cook, paint, play online games, meditate, etc. I have learned a lot from the reading I've done, I'm a better guitarist and singer and cook, and I'm a champion of Settlers of Catan (my online game of choice), but I'm also bored a lot and frequently feel like I'm wasting my life away. It is that feeling that compelled me to take the plunge into grad school at the end of my contract here.
Now, to the top ten....
10. Gardens everywhere --
This province, Gangwon-do, is notorious in Korea for being difficult to grow food. The people respond by growing food absolutely everywhere. Any land that is less than a 15% incline and is not paved over is growing food, without exception. That's true whether it's someone's front yard, a triangle of dirt between a bridge and road, or way up in the valleys that surround the towns. They're not farms, much more like what we think of as gardens. They grow chili peppers, corn, soy beans, onions, garlic, potatoes, greens, grapes and on the occasional flat section of land, rice. This is this old couple's yard. It's worth noting that it's September and they're planting, probably the third crop of the year. I'm certain they would think we are insane for the money, effort, fertilizer and pesticides we put into grass.
9. Jjimjilbang -- These are combination health club, sauna and recreation center. Admission is about $5 and for that you soak in hot tubs infused with jade or eucalyptus or whatever, sweat in the saunas and steam rooms, and get a sports massage or a scrub down from an old Korean man wearing nothing more than briefs. There are restaurants, but for reasons that escape me Koreans seem to prefer to pig out on hard boiled eggs at these places. There are barbers and televisions and computers and massage chairs and cold and hot rooms and salt rooms and charcoal rooms and oxygen rooms. A great place to hang out and warm up in the winter or sweat out in the summer.
8. Outdoorsiness -- Koreans love the outdoors, whether eating squid jerky and drinking rice wine behind an apartment building, or hiking through valleys (which they have done an excellent job of protecting by concentrating in the cities the population of 50 million people in a country the size of Indiana). I love the tendency toward the outdoors, especially in summer, when restaurants pull out their plastic tables and the dining room floors spill out into the streets. The images of dozens of Koreans eating, drinking and laughing in a courtyard on a warm summer night will stay with me for a long time.
7. The sweet kids --Not all of them were, but the ones that were sweet were the cutest, kindest, funnest kids I've ever known.
6. The restaurants & the food -- A lot of foreigners here complain about the cuisine, and while I admit the flavors can get a bit monotonous (sesame oil, soy sauce, garlic and chilies), I love the food, even though much of it is off limits to me as a vegetarian. Restaurants typically specialize in just a few dishes, are usually owned and run by an old lady who might work with one other old lady to prepare the food, serve the food, clean the place and everything. My favorite restaurant in town is a place where a 4' 6" 60 year old lady serves grilled fish lettuce wraps (I'm a quasi-vegetarian here) and seems to rotate through being amused, confused, appreciative and fed-up with the foreigners that frequent her place. The prices, and there's no tax or tipping, so what you see on the menu on the wall is what you actually pay, for a typically quick meal might be $3, and unless it's a very special dish (or foreign food or drink), meals rarely exceed $10 per person.
Every meal comes with bancheon, side dishes, that always include kimchi and usually other fermented vegetables. In a cheap place, you might just get three little kimchis, in a nicer place, it's not uncommon to get over ten bancheon, and they might include fried fish or raw octopus or other treats that can be even better than the central meal itself. In most cases, everything is shared with everyone at the table. In fact, when eating with Koreans, even glasses are shared -- it's a neat little social device... if you see that someone is bored or if you want to chat with someone that you're not sitting near, you take them your empty glass and a bottle of soju (chemically fermented rice wine) and pour them a shot, and in that manner, over a meal that might last a few hours, people move around (everyone sits on the floor) and everyone talks with everyone, everyone shares germs and everyone gets drunk.
5. Community focus -- This is the highest ranking item that is really about Korean society, as the next four each have to do with my position here. On the whole, I'm not a big fan of Confucianism, at least as it operates in modern Korea. However, the focus on social harmony is really nice, and something that I think we North Americans could learn a lot from. Where I is the dominant pronoun in the US, we is here. Studies have shown that the different mindsets actually affect visual perception, such that Asians are more inclined to view ambiguous situations from a removed, more holistic perspective, whereas Westerners are more inclined to view the same situation from inside it, from a first person perspective. Unfortunately, because of the xenophobia here, foreigners are not always considered part of the community in the same way Koreans are, which I think makes being a foreigner here harder than it would be in a more individualistic society like the US. But, while I'm sure my Korean friends still think I'm terribly obstuse and inconsiderate, this mindset has implanted itself in my head, and I'm glad for it. I hope it stays with me through the years.
4. Income:expenses ratio -- The salary foreigners earn teaching in Korea isn't anything special, except that foreign teachers' apartments are paid for by employers, as are airfare here and home and immigration costs. Food is cheap, entertainment (at least out here in the boonies) is scarce, and buying stuff doesn't usually make sense when you know you have to fit everything you own into two suitcases at the end of the year. Health care is nationalized and very inexpensive and the tax structure is very progressive so even those who aren't exempt pay less than 4% income tax. I have been saving almost 80% of my salary, and on top of that I'll receive about two months' bonus pay at the end of my contract. No one has gotten rich doing it, but especially for folks right out of college or when the job market at home is what it is right now, it can be a very solid financial move.
3. Vacation time & neighboring destinations -- While I've been here, I've spent time in China, Vietnam, Laos, Japan, Thailand, and Thailand again. Spending almost the entire month of February in Thailand is about as good as it gets. And it was a relatively quick flight on a lovely Asian airline to get there.
2. Novelty in everything -- Living here is a bit like being a child. You never really know what's going on, you don't have responsibilities the same way you would at home, you're easily surprised, and routine events are novel and exciting. It's incredibly frustrating, but also really enjoyable.
1. Anonymity & outsiderness -- There is something comforting about knowing that no one knows you, and that no one can. If people are going to stare at me as I walk down the street, I might as well wear shorts and flip-flops and sing as I walk. If my students are going to think I'm a weird foreigner anyway, it's much easier to engage them with silly foolishness that I might hold back at home. At home, as soon as you see someone, you thin-slice their age, sex, body language, clothing, and a thousand other things and make a judgement about who they are and how they relate to you in society. In a culture as foreign as this, that's impossible. Advertising doesn't affect you, because it is designed to take advantage of the human mind's inability to stop thin slicing. And not understanding what that 16 year old girl on the bus won't stop talking about can be really nice.
I couldn't have named this at the time, but this is what brought me back to Korea for a second year. When you remove a person from their native culture, you force them to examine themselves in way that is otherwise impossible. We define ourselves by our relations: to our jobs, our achievements, our friends and family, our hobbies, and the culture we consume (and, less often it seems, create). Take away all those things and one has to look internally for a sense of identity. That transformation started for me in my first year here, but it didn't have time to run to completion. When I got home, I didn't identify in society as I had previously, but I was still looking to things like my friends and my job to define my position in society, my social identity, especially since it had been upended since I had left. I ended up feeling lost and floundering around for quite a while before returning to Korea. I don't know if that transition ever really reaches completion, but I know that I am going home with a much stronger internal compass than I had before I came to Korea, in addition to a much broader perspective on culture, politics and the world.
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|Introducing the New Thing That We Do Now (and will promptly forget to do ever again): BLOGROULETTE!|
A kindred blogger introduced Rickey to the concept of the ânext blogâ button on the top of the website and recommended he click it. Apparently by doing so, youâre taken to a blog with similar interests as yours. Click a few more times and youâre taken further down the rabbit hole of randomness. Itâs good wholesome fun that provides Rickey the opportunity to do what makes the internet such a special place: ridicule others. So weâre totally making a recurring practice out of this. The concept is similar to Chatroulette, but featuring even more self-aggrandizing pathos! The rules to this game are simple, you click on the ânext blogâ button thrice, see what comes up, and steep yourself in the awful blandness of it all. We kick off our inaugural installment withâ¦At first, we thought that with a name like this, the blog would written by bank robbers from East Baltimore cataloging their hilarious yet socioeconomically tragic hiijinks, but sadly we were wrong. So very wrong.
Itâs a blog about two kids playing baseball (the sports element is what linked Rickeyâs site to this one). For bonus internet awkwardness, the blog is written entirely by the DARRINGTON BOYZâ proud mother and discussing their exploits on and off the baseball field. Weâre pretty sure that the milk in Rickeyâs coffee curdled while he was perusing this blog. Thank god Rickeyâs exploits are a constant source of disappointment and embarrassment for his mother, otherwise heâd probably have to put up with a website very similar to this oneâ¦. But enough exposition, hereâs what the bright future of America looks like! There are words to describe this photo. Rickey, however, is at a complete loss for them. You can practically see the one on the right just working things out in his head--figuring out the best place to open up a quiet little hotel with some nice stuffed animals on the walls and maybe moving his mom in there to live with him. Oh, and weâre pretty certain that the one on the left is Cthulhu hiding in corporeal form.
The best part is that the mother is completely oblivious to the bottomless pits of terrifying nothingness dwelling in the eyes of her sons. Naturally, in the face of such alarming vapidity, sheâs turned to Jesus. For those sorely in need of a deeply motivational quote to put up next to your âhang in there kitty!â poster, youâll find the following pearls of wisdom on the blog:
Leave the rest to God.
Well thatâs all very touching and whatnot, but Rickeyâs would prefer to file his own tax return next year rather than entrust it to the J-Man if that's copacetic with you, honey. Itâs a little unsettling how much overt religiosity youâll find on these family blogs. Rickeyâs buddy similarly lamented that his site always leads directly to a never ending supply of Mormon blogs, (presumably because like most other Jews, he uses the phrase "Jesus Christ" a heckuva lot). But Rickey digresses... There are yet more inspirational quotes from Mater Darrington to guide you through your hectic modern life!
Work as if it was your first day.
Forgive as soon as possible.
Love without boundaries.
Laugh without control and never stop smiling.
First off, if Rickey âworked as if it was his first dayâ heâd be queued up on a breadline by now. After seven years on the job, you think Rickeyâs superiors would respond well to him suddenly asking where the bathroom was and what kind of 401K plan they offered? And âlaugh without controlâ? Isnât that what the Joker did to the fair citizens of Gotham? People died from that shit, lady. Not cool.
But then Rickey saw a blog post entitled âFirst Snow and Cougar Huntingâ we got much more excited. What sort of lurid mischief could the Darrington Boyz be getting up to, we wondered?
Ah crap, she meant "cougar hunting" literally. Well thatâs just not right at all. Apparently that whole âlove without boundariesâ thing stops short at large mountain cats whose natural habitats encroach upon the Darlington Boyzâ hunting grounds. We guess Rickey missed the section in the new testament in which Woodland Hunter Jesus lectures his apostles (his BOYZ, if you will) on the merits of snuffing out majestic felines for recreational fun. Itâs probably hidden somewhere in the back.
You know what, weâd love to see the Darrington Boyz go toe to toe with a more challenging critter. Rickey recommends THE HONEY BADGER, probably the most fearsome land mammal ever to roam the earth. Take a gander at natureâs version of Winnie the Pooh on crack cocaine:
[h/t to âBadass of the Week." for making Rickey aware of this relentless beast. The video is all Rickey's doing--enjoy it before Jay-Z shuts us down]
Honey badger donât give a fuck. Honey badger will mess your shit up. Honey badger is all teeth, fur, and balls. Ain't no love in the heart of the jungle, baby. Now THATâS your motivational quote of the day.
Anyhow, weâd go on to post more about this blog , but itâs pretty much an amalgam of religious poems, insipid birthday parties at P.F. Changs, and the Boyz standing over various carcasses of recently slain wildlife. As for their baseball careers, itâs pretty much a lock that youâll be seeing them on the Colorado Rockies in the not too distant future. Tune in next week to see what fresh hell Rickey stumbles upon in Blogroulette!
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Night-Lights. Being in a new house is challenging enough. But stumbling around this wholly unfamiliar place in the dark bumping into things because you don't want to wake your spouse up by turning on the lights? Now that's brutal. "Now let's see... were there six steps here or eight...? Aughh crap, I've misjudged, and down I go!" The Hendersons need night-lights, badly.
That all email clients disable the "mark unread" function on their services. There are two varieties of people that this button is designed for: serial procrastinators and husbands who like to peek at their wives' messages when they inadvertently leave their email up. What? What's the problem here? Rickey just likes to know what's going on in Mrs. Henderson's life. Screw you people for judging!
Lubriderm Intense Skin Repair Lotion. The cold winter months have taken a toll on Rickey's skin and he now has dragon scales for skin around his hips. It's either the cold weather explanation or Rickey's skin is stretching out as his hips plumpen to accommodate his nascent pear-shaped physique. Whatever. Ever gone out in public with a grown man who scratches himself constantly and glares angrily at passers by while doing so? Yeah, well Mrs. Henderson doesn't much want to either. If you or a loved one suffer from similar symptoms, we recommend some skin lotion. It doesn't have to have that weird "it puts the lotion in the basket!" connotation if you don't let it...
Williams Sonoma Chili Starter. Look, sometimes you don't want to craft an entire chili from scratch, and that's where this jar comes in to play. You brown your meat, mix in a jar of this Texas chili sauce, and let the concoction simmer for a few hours. The results are alarmingly good. Cheating? Well, yeah, but nobody's ever got to know, right?
Chatroulette.com. Remember when the internet was still wonderfully untamed and exciting before we made it a boring place by imposing order on it with our categorized bookmarks and regimented RSS readers? Chatroulette harkens back to those heady days. It's the sputnik of the internet world, and it's terrific. We're talking some serious wild west stuff here. To attempt to describe it would ruin all the fun. We give it about another week before it's shut down for good.
Wolfmother. Jesus, how is it that none of you people have recommended this band to Rickey earlier? Sure, we've talked about mothers here. And we've also talked about wolves. But we have not talked about WOLFMOTHER, easily one of the best bands currently on the market. Do you enjoy Queens of the Stone Age? How about the White Stripes? If so, woo boy, do we have a band for you. If their song "Vagabond" doesn't screw your head on right then we're sorry, but there's simply no helping you and Rickey pities you for the pitiful fool that you are.
Gargling with mouthwash AFTER you brush your teeth. We know, it's crazy talk, but bear with Rickey would you please? Mrs. Henderson has been doing this for years and she's had pretty good results thus far.
The "500 Days of Summer" Soundtrack. For those of the indie persuasion we think you'll agree that there's not a weak song in it. Just great stuff.
The cheese counter at Whole Foods. At Rickey's nearby Whole Foods, within a space of 20 feet, there exists a gourmet olive bar, an artisinal beer section, and a fancy cheese counter. Rickey has taken to refer to this section of the supermarket as "THE HOT CORNER." In the world we inhabit, there's simply no way you can pass this area by and not purchase at least 5 items. Best of all, the cheese counter is one of those places where you can sample the goods before you buy 'em. Rickey and Ms. Henderson tasted a tangy goat cheese and a nice Italian sheep's milk cheese. The guy behind the counter called over the grocery stocker for a bite and all four of them had a nice pensive little moment together, enjoying their cheese and crackers like grown ups. Then Rickey left, purchasing a whopping 1/10th of a pound of each.
Restoration Hardware. Pricey? Yes. But godamned if they don't craft some of the finest window treatments (for you neophytes, that's a fancy phrase for curtains and rods) on the market. When the big guy upstairs draws back the curtains to reveal rosy fingered dawn each and every morning, we imagine he's using Restoration Hardware window treatments. But he's probably paying wholesale prices we're thinking.
FIRE. The Hendersons got the basement chimney working! (By the way, every post here at RwR will revolve around home improvement from now on. Fair warning.) Does it matter that opening the flue and starting a fire is effectively sucking all the warm air up the chimney and out of the house? Absolutely not. Look, it's FIRE!